If you want people to listen to you, there is an important lesson here: Dress the message. Clothes have developed from a practical asset to a social marker: they affect the way we see ourselves. They help us to be seen in the light that we wish to be, and also exude our personalities and social status. In many societies, dress sense embodies personal wealth and taste.
Fashion changes from season to season, so following its trends can be similar to the appeal of following sports, celebrity news or other areas of interest subject to change with a group following, notes "The Guardian." Furthermore, because of clothing's ability to express attitudes and values, fashion provides forms of artful and personal expression for individuals interested in partaking in the fashion game.
Clothing can insulate against cold or hot conditions, and it can provide a hygienic barrier, keeping infectious and toxic materials away from the body. It can protect feet from injury and discomfort or facilitate navigation in varied environments. Clothing also provides protection from ultraviolet radiation.
Your dressing sense reflects your personality, character, mood, style and what actually you are as an individual. People wearing gaudy clothes with loud make up are generally extroverts and love partying. You really can make out what sort of person an individual is by his/her dressing.
People who are fully mesmerized by the beauty and sense of fashion allow themselves to be creative. It is more than a personal style which forms art through fabrics and textures. Creating the most fine-looking outfits can be a mix-matching of items that you can even see in your closet for years. Or, something that you can sew and hewn on your own. It depends on what kind of amazing idea has been rattling through your mind. Remember, creativity is always free; it is only a matter of how you will act upon it.
The person who always makes a fashion statement is Steve Harvey. At his age he still has the best fashion sense.
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