Fashion vs Personality

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“Know first who you are; and then adorn yourself accordingly” ~Epictetus

Fashion is as essential as personality. It is for everyone willing to dress in a way that reflects their essence; their own style. No matter what, always trying to feel comfortable and satisfied with the clothes they wear that will show who they truly are. Finding individuality is really about getting to know yourself. It is about being connected with the very essence of who you are and, most important, be confident about it. There could still exist people who think “fashionable” clothing is made for a particularly group of society, who meet certain beautiful physical features or characteristics (slim figures or a specific height, for example). However, this is not true.

Discovering your own personal style sets you apart from the rest; main reason why clothes should always be made by the woman and not the other way around. To achieve the objective of feeling and looking good, as well as finding your unique style is the first step. Eventually, it takes time to find a personal clothing style. It is not only a matter of combining whichever outfit, but it also consists on contributing with ideas based on inspirations, desires, interests and lifestyle. Bring some or all of them together, mirror them to the world in the way you dress up. That is how fashion develops with personality and not the opposite.

Choosing the right clothes can provoke a drastic change on the way people see you. Anyone can get attention when entering a room or attract people with the same interest just because of the way they put clothes on. Clothes tell who we are in the society; it gives others a hint of what we want, what our needs, talents, or goals are. Without a doubt, clothing can build as much as it can destroy our image. Perhaps, clothing the only visible clue, the silent but very powerful communicator of our personality”

At times, even mood influences the colors you decide to wear on clothes. Looking...
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