“Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak.” – Bachel Zoe

Fashion is the term which applies to the trend and style that people adopt according to the changing world. It doesn’t matter whether you are a housewife, if you are looking to improve your lifestyle, spend time in upgrading your fashion. It sets our dress, behavior, food, likes and dislikes, etc. in order to match with the changing scenario. Fashion cycle changes generation to generation. Bollywood and Hollywood celebrities, fashion bloggers, TV actor, Models and many more have become the role models.

The whole world has become crazy for fashion and tries to go ahead in this race. Being normal is always boring and the joy of dressing is really an art. The youth copy the actors and actresses. Some of them see a film to copy the latest fashion. The girls are perhaps the worst sinners in this regard. They don’t hesitate to put on tight clothes, as light as possible, even though the dress is entirely inconvenient. They just wish to look like their favorite actresses. Even parents are also changing themselves by the time, now they also do clubbing and late night parties with their kids. They also started accepting the fact that the era of black and white has gone now, thou there are some people who still follow traditional fashion.

Do you also want to become stylish?

There are two ways: either hire a professional fashion designer or do it yourself. Unless you are a celebrity or born with a golden spoon, you can’t afford most fashion designers. I know no one wants to start with a designer because most of us simply can’t afford, so that leaves with the choice of DIY (Do It Yourself) fashions. I think DIY is the best option to choose, as no one know your taste in everything better than yourself. There are many DIY hacks are there to convert your boring clothes into a stylish one!

You should not only just follow the fashion trends but go for something in which you feel more confident with your outfit or lifestyle. If you wear the right outfit, you will automatically become confident. And who doesn’t want to become more stylish, confident and want to have celebrity looks?

Fashion is a language which tells a story about the person who wears it. Clothes create a wordless means of communication that we all understand. The formality of clothing might not only influence the way others perceive a person, and how people perceive themselves, but could influence decision making in important ways through its influence on processing style.

Clothes change how we think and feel, Research has confirmed that clothes actually change our thinking. Wearing a white coat improved people’s mental agility, priming their brain to take on the mental capacities they associated with being a doctor. Similarly, Our clothes reflect our mood and can change it. As mostly when I don’t feel good, I use to wear basic jeans and casual top. In the study, 51% of women would wear jeans when they felt sad or depressed, and only 33% of women would wear jeans when they felt happy or positive. People who are depressed often lose interest in how they look and don’t wish to stand out. On the other hand a favorite well-cut dress in a beautiful fabric will lift the mood. A flared peplum shape, for example, creates the ideal hip-to-waist ratio that is feminising and comfortable.

For men, color would probably be more of an indicator of emotional states. “Because men tend to stick to a limited wardrobe, emotional states can be read in the choices of colors and the slight changes in what they normally wear,” Stellhorn said.

Fashion changes from season to season, from designer to designer other than emotions. I think that the most important thing is to wear whatever you desire and not to be influenced by some brand’s  name.

“The secret of great style is to feel good in what you wear”


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