The fashion industry of the 21st century
is one that is of intense velocity. In order to stay on top of the game,
brands have been constantly reinventing themselves.
They employ emotional appeal and create moments out of moods to tug at our
heartstrings. That, of course persuades us to part with our money to buy
into the new, the exotic and the extraordinary.
However, we often forget that
trends develop quickly and fade away the moment the perception
of novelty disappears. True style and substance are often lost
in the chaos of this fast-paced consumerism. We often find ourselves in
situations where we stand in front our bursting wardrobe, pulling our hair out,
trying to assemble an outfit.
You might spot a shirt in your closet that you hadn't worn in awhile and decided to slip it on because you are out of ideas. Then, you remembered the reasons why you stopped wearing it. The shirt had gone out of shape and the fabric clung on to all the wrong places. You feel terrible in it.
Looking good everyday seems like a challenging task. But if you think about it, it's easy to be well put together everyday when all your clothes in your wardrobe are your favourite clothes.