I am making it my business to bring fashion to you in your homes and offices via GhanaCelebrities.Com. Cynthia Nellis of About.com says that “fashion is always changing, slightly elusive, and extremely seductive. It has the power to transform an image and make a social statement.” Fashion becomes slightly elusive when people just pick and wear anything simply because it is a style.
Yes, fashion changes, but when the change doesn’t fit you, just don’t be a part of it, I am saying this, because, fashion needs some amount of self discipline, taste, beauty, ingenuity, creativity, innovation, and motivated engagement.
Fashion trends often change rapidly, and “fashion” is often used to describe the latest version of these trends, therefore, one must be on top as to what is trending when it comes to fashion.
Each person I believe must find his/her true treshhold when it comes to fashion, that edge where the individual gifts and flair must fit the outer hunger and where the outer gift or flair fits the inner hunger, when this happens, fashion, becomes a journey of creativity, regenerative and beautiful with the potency to set the world ablaze, and bring beauty and wisdom into form.
I searched on the net for the definition of fashion, and the first definition of fashion on Dictionary.com is “the prevailing custom or style of dress, etiquette, socializing, etc.: the latest fashion in dresses.” Interestingly, fashion has to do with etiquette. As stereotyping as it may seem, it happens more often than we know. We are sometimes judged by the way we dress, so it is very important to always ensure that your fashion sense is always up to date.
Personally, I believe that fashion is not always about what is in style, but rather, what looks good on you is that which matters. Being sexy and looking great doesn’t always require revealing too much skin (your body).
One can always be covered-up and still look sexy. The term “fashion” is often used in a positively as a synonym for style, glamour and beauty. The terms “fashionable” and “unfashionable” are used to illustrate whether or not someone or something fits in with the current fashion trend or even a certain type of popular mode of expression (which means that, one must know if he/she is fashionable or unfashionable at any given moments).
I have come across some pictures of some celebrities who are dressed a little bit more covered-up or not revealing too much skin (body), and still looking “hot.” I think that, when one fails to read between when he/she is fashionable or unfashionable, dressing then becomes very elusive.
It is certainly difficult for me to understand why or how someone could go out dressed like the above photo. Can you understand why some ladies go to a public place dressed like this? I can’t!
Please feel free to give me your feedbacks and what you think is fashion, as we are all here to learn together to have a positive fashion sense!
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