Fashion Means Evolution

Humans by nature are very fashionable. We always want to make all the things that we wear are up-to-date, because we desire to be desired. Both men and women are conscious of their appearance. They say that, “what you wear shows who you are”. This means that one could know the personality of a person just by looking at the things that he or she wears.

There are so many famous designers that make this fashionable world go round. Some brands of these designers include Gucci, Chanel, Prada, and Louis Vuitton. Bags, belts, wallets, shoes, accessories, and clothes come with these brands. They are widely known all over the world, but not widely used due to their skyrocketing prices. Even though they’re expensive, many people choose these items because of their elegant design and durability. When it comes to fashion, one could forget the price.

There are people who take fashion very seriously. They constantly watch fashion shows, read magazines and go to the mall to find a new outfit. They also buy things regardless of the price. But the most important thing by being fashionable is that you wear your clothes and accessories with grace and pride.

Another factor that defines fashion is variety. Many people, especially the teenagers, want to look smart, charming, fresh, and cool in their outfits. One could instantly achieve these characteristics by having the latest shoes, hairdos, clothes and other accessories. I am sure that all of us own different varieties of items in our wardrobe. We often mix and match them to have a different look everyday. There is no such thing as vintage in the world of fashion. You always have to be updated and follow the trend. It is because fashion follows a simple rule: wear what’s new and forget what’s out.

Following ‘what’s in’ is not that bad. This only means that we are experiencing evolution. Clothes change the same way we humans do. They also have a time line that can be connected to our history. We have different styles of clothing since the medieval times, the 80s, 90s and of course, the modern times. These clothes just keep on changing depending on what kind of generation they’re in. So don’t expect that your favorite designer dress and accessories will be a hit ten years from now.