Fashion Reveals Your True Identity

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Fashion Reveals Your True Identity
A very good morning to our honourable judges, worthy competitors, teachers and friends. I am standing here today to deliver a speech entitled ‘Fashion Reveals Your True Identity’. Before I begin, let me ask you - what is fashion all about? Stella Blum mentioned, “Fashion is a social agreement,” but Edmund C. Stedman said, “Fashion is potency in art.” To me regardless what you wear, it is called fashion. Fashion is a general term for a popular style or practice, especially in clothing, foot wear, or accessories. "Fashion" refers to current trends in look and dress up of a person, as well as to prevailing styles in behavior. The more technical term, "costume," has become so linked in the public eye with the term "fashion" that the more general term "costume" has in popular use mostly been relegated to special senses like fancy dress or masquerade wear, while the term "fashion" means clothing generally, and the study of it. For a broad cross-cultural look at clothing and its place in society, refer to the entries for clothing, costume, and fabrics. Malaysia is a land of diverse ethnicity and culture. As such, there are many traditional wears that are donned by Malaysians. People might still think that Malaysian fashion means wearing delicate baju kurung, baju melayu, sari and cheongsam. Unfortunately, this 1Malaysia concept creates unique flashes of ideas. That is what’s so beautiful about Malaysia. We are each individually unique, but together complete. We manage to be different, and yet at the same time, come together as one identity: Malaysia. Ladies and gentlemen,

Fashion reveals your true identity, it shows the culture you belong to and lifestyle you like. What comes to mind when you hear the words: traditional Indian costume? The sari, of course! Sari is an unstitched cloth, about 3 to 8 metres long. Wrapped around the waist, with one end draped over the shoulder, exposing the midriff. What about the Chinese traditional...
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