There's a statement that goes, "How you dress is how people will approach you." Many people have now pushed fashion to the next inconceivable level by wearing items that appear to be insane while also being fashionable.
Even if you don't say anything, your appearance will speak for you because people will assess you based only on your appearance because dressing and first impressions matter while you're outside, and we all know that people will stare at you.
We have some photographs of people dressed in clothing that appears to be insane but is also fashionable since it is so bizarre.
The image above depicts a woman wearing leggings that not only show off her legs but also match her skin tone, giving the impression that she isn't wearing anything at all.
When someone outside sees this, the first thing that comes to mind is, "Is this individual mentally okay?" People will ask those kinds of inquiries.
Other options are shown below. Is this Madness or Fashion?
What are your thoughts on this dressing collection? Is it craziness or fashion?
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