Style and Fashion have become synonymous with each other. There are so many definitions and generalizations about what defines style and what it means to be fashionable. But one thing is certain – regardless of what type of clothing you are wearing or how you are dressing up, style and fashion are two separate things. The two go hand in hand, blending into each other and making each part and piece of your wardrobe more individual and special to you.
Fashion is an art of identifying with a particular time and season, style and trends of clothing, shoes, footwear, accessories, hairstyle and body stance, in a particular context and occasion. It means a distinct appearance defined by the modern fashion industry as what is currently trendy. In other words, the latest trends are what are considered fashionable today, which may be a century old in the eyes of some. This term has been continuously maligned by people wearing all kinds of clothes and accessories from the most outrageous to the most comfortable, from the boring to the beautiful.
A lot of people say they simply wear what they are comfortable in, but if they actually look at their wardrobe and notice that they actually do not have any pairs of jeans and a t-shirt, they will immediately know that they are not in touch with the latest trends and styles. Fashion critics say that clothes or footwear with embellishments or trimmings are always classic, timeless styles. However, fashion experts say that classic styles never go out of style, except maybe for color coordination and the seasons. It is also true that there is no single trend that is considered to be the “it” style, but rather the tendency among a group of people to follow a certain trend, which may appear or be shaped by a number of cultural, political, and social factors. Styles change all the time, especially the popular styles that are usually associated with particular age groups of people.