Why Fashion Never Goes Out Of Style

Fashion is an instant language. When you walk into a room, you are instantly rated based on what you are wearing and then put in a particular class.

Most of the times, your personality is not the first thing people see or notice when you walk into a gathering.

We use fashion to our advantage, it’s a tool to make people think of you the exact way you want them to see you. We use it to leave a lasting impression of ourselves on the minds of others.

A lot of people struggle with expressing themselves verbally, some people use fashion as a means to express themselves and others use it as a tool to sway people’s minds, if I can’t talk about myself, I can make my outfit speak for me.

Everyone wants to be a fashion designer or wants something to do with the fashion industry because of how it has grown.

In our world, fashion is one of those things that has stood the test of time and is not going anywhere anytime soon. It’s a market that will keep growing because people loves to express themselves especially in this generation.

Fashion is very broad and multi-cultural. It’s one of the things that we all have in common.

As long as people continue to have emotions or feelings, fashion will always be relevant. You can tell who someone is or what someone is going through or how someone is feeling simply by the way they are dressed and you won’t be far from the truth.

Fashion is trendy and it comes and goes. It is something that recylcles and no fashion is ever new, it recycles but always adds something new when it is brought back.

I love how it borrows different things from different cultures and pieces them together.

When you are dressed up, you feel like you can take over the world and anything is possible.

Fashion is just art until we make them come to life by wearing them.

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