First impression 1
When u first meet someone, and your wearing sweat pants. You come off as lazy, or don't care about your appearance. But, if you were wearing maybe a cute dress. You come off as a happy, enerjetic person. So it all can come down to. How you dressed that day. Yes, it is okay to have a lazy day.
Even if we say they don't, first impressions matter!
When you're meeting someone the first thing they learn about you is what you look like. People tend to make assumptions about you because of what you wear and you want them to get the right idea. Fashion is a fantastic way to express your personality and let people know who you are. You can also change your fashion for different situations and even though you're exactly the same person, because you look different you are perceived differently.
SAY YES fashion
Fashion is important. If not why wood u read this topic.Huh. Anywys fashion is more than looking good its expreesing urself too othres and showing them individualty besides its cool.Again, if we know that people make snap judgments, why not mitigate your risks by dressing the way you want to be perceived? For better or worse, people often assume our capabilities based off of our dress. If you look like a slob, most people are going to assume you are one. And if you look like a hauss, then people will take you more seriously. Obviously, your attire will only take you so far. But why not spend a little more time on your wardrobe if it increases your chance of getting off on the right foot?
You have fashion in your life rather if you like it or not.
Is Fashion Really Important?
Yes, fashion is important. Fashion, when most people hear that name lots of different things come to mind. Supermodels, money, fabric and so on. The quotes Coco before Channel, or the movie Devil wears Prada. What you most likely don’t think of it as an art, career passion or even a lifestyle. Fashion can promote creativity, that is very important in culture, society, and religion. It can make you look and feel more professional.
Most people may not think fashion is important. The people should find another way to be creative, like joining an art class, or getting in to photography. Maybe people think the clothing choices aren’t all that great, I agree for the most part. Fashion can make you more creative everyday life. Most people question how fashion could possibly improve someone’s creativity. Every morning you get up and get dressed. You put some creative thought in what you wear. No matter if you’re going out with friends or to work. On a daily basis you have to put thought into what you wear.
You can be creative in what you wear in so many different ways. Rather if you want to dress like your favorite celebrity or even dressing up for Halloween. Some celebrities’ have “signature” look like Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry. In addition, fashion is very important in religion. Fashion is important to religion, because they may have to dress a certain way or dress with more of their skin coved. For example, Muslim women cover there faces with head scarves. They could also be classified as a “fashion statement” because it is taking away the way you dress for a purpose.
Fashion is very important in job interviews, you need to dress to impress. If you are wearing tack miss matched clothes, chances are you aren’t going to get the job. If dressed professionally, and have nice clothes on. You are probably going to get the job by your looks. Also, lots of people snap judgment on how you look and dress. When you begin paying close attention to what you are wearing, you will begin to notice details in other areas of your life. This includes the quality of others’ work and, most importantly, the quality of your own work. This new found focus can also be applied to your social life such as bettering your ability to recall certain details about someone you recently met. Dressing well is an activity that will eventually result in you becoming more responsible due to gaining a finer perception.
Creativity, self esteem and self identity
Do I have to say more? What we dress matter its our business card. We are able to show through clothes our personality, what we like, what we don't and relate to similar individuals. There is also variety and all the fashion styles are an type of art. Fashion keep us creative, entertain and even give us confidence.
Of course it is.
Some like to brush off fashion as frivolous, a mere reflection of a materialistic society desiring whatever one does not have. But I feel that fashion--REAL fashion--cannot be further from the case. It is important because it is not only a means of expressing oneself but also society as a whole. The fashion of a decade is so ingrained in the political and social problems of the time, especially in women's fashion. Is there any wonder why the 1950's were full of very "feminine", housewife-style dresses? Or why the 1960's mods made a clean break from that with straighter silhouettes? It was a repeat of another women's rights movement in the 1920's of a similar nature. But it was a new decade, with new issues and therefore different trends. Don't get me started on the hippie/rocker trends. Go even further back... Fashion of the late 1700s was usually over the top: big hair, huge dresses, exaggerated makeup, and opulence. This was immediately dialed back in the 1800s. Was it industrialism? Were people sick of the revolutions of the 1700s? Was this renewed conservative attitude reflected in the clothing? Maybe. Fashion is important and fascinating because it gives us a window into the mindset of people from different times. And now that communication is so much faster due to the internet, changes in fashion occur even more rapidly. I don't find fashion frivolous for these reasons. I think it's a big part of our culture and something to celebrate.
Duh of coarse
First impressions matter. We all know this. In fact, studies show that job interviewers will often decide whether they approve or disapprove of a candidate within the first 30 seconds of the interview; all before the interview questions. The importance of first impressions goes beyond the workplace, they matter for school and social events as well. Therefore, it is extremely important to be on top of your game whenever possible.
How can you create a better first impression? Well, for starters, you need to dress to impress.
We are not saying that you need to be some sort of a fashion expert or enthusiast. We are simply raising the point that one’s choice of style is arguably the most important component of a first impression (click here to better your personality and become more likable). You need to cultivate a style that portrays your mindset and future career goals. This can be difficult, as the world of fashion can be overwhelming. Nonetheless, you should cultivate a style of your own. “Fashion is the buffet, but style is what you put on your plate”. Crafting a unique style is a process. It doesn’t come overnight. And it may also change as you go through life.
But we digress. This article does not focus on how to create an individual style, but rather why fashion is important in the first place:
Again, if we know that people make snap judgments, why not mitigate your risks by dressing the way you want to be perceived? For better or worse, people often assume our capabilities based off of our dress. If you look like a slob, most people are going to assume you are one. And if you look like a hauss, then people will take you more seriously. Obviously, your attire will only take you so far. But why not spend a little more time on your wardrobe if it increases your chance of getting off on the right foot?
When you are well dressed, you are raring to go. You feel comfortable, confident, and good about yourself. And if you are extremely presentable and are giving off a positive vibe, you’ll increase your chances of success wherever you may be (school, workplace, social gathering, etc.).
“If you look good, you feel good. If you feel good, you play good. If you play good, they pay good.” – Deion Sanders
Attention To Detail
When you begin paying close attention to what you are wearing, you will begin to notice details in other areas of your life. This includes the quality of others’ work and, most importantly, the quality of your own work. This new found focus can also be applied to your social life such as bettering your ability to recall certain details about someone you recently met. Dressing well is an activity that will eventually result in you becoming more responsible due to gaining a finer perception.
You care about fashion whether you know it or not.
Whether or not you care about fashion, you make a conscious decision every day of what you wear, and what clothes you buy. You may want to tell the world you don't care about fashion by wearing a simple t-shirt and jeans, but you cared enough to give it some thought. Fashion is a powerful instrument people have used for hundreds of years to assimilate to tribes, or differentiate /express themselves in society. You can be a politician, teacher, or a Hasidic Jew, but you care about what you wear. I do believe the fashion stigma comes from the commercial/retail side of the fashion industry. There's cultural significance, and a means of artistic expression that everyone forgets about fashion.
"It says something about the power and reach of fashion that someone would respond to it in such a negative way. If it didn't matter, you would express a disinterest... Not a dislike!" -Robin Givhan
We can express ourselves very well and confident way
``people who think fashion is not important they always thought that fashion is always costly and out of bugdet but you can look fashionable by thinking smart and buy fahionable things without spending high price on that. So you just choose to be fashionable at resonable price.And ot can express you way better.
Fashion is passion
Fashion. When you hear that word you may very well think of ditsy supermodels that strut around in thousand dollar name brand pieces of fabric. Or you could think of movies like Confessions of a Shopaholic, The September Issue, Coco Before Chanel, or The Devil Wears Prada. But what you most likely don't think of is an art, a career, a passion, or a lifestyle. Fashion can promote creativity, that it is very important in culture, society, and religion, and it can make you look and feel more professional.
I've never been able to reply to these kind of questions .... Why do you love fashion ? Why do you love art ? Why do you love xxxxxxx ?
I've heard (read ?) if I cannot express why I love fashion, means I don't love it that much ...
I just think I have a certain sensitivity for fashion ... And probably because I like the world in image and in artistic forms more than I love the life in "reality" ...
And that's probably why I do prefer flipping through a magazine (where a narrative's built to showcase outfits) than watching a fashion show, or check out the craftmanship in a shop (though I can appreciate a good tailored outfit, for very sure) ... And why I do prefer people owning the outfits, create their looks, than watching them on a catwalk. When I look at a show, I immediately think about how to wear it, with what, in what circumstances, for who it would look perfect ... and so on.
I love narrative, I think ..... Probably why abstraction does nothing on me. I just don't have that sensitivity ... Even conceptual art does much more on me than a Rothko canvas ...
Oh yeah, we were talking about fashion .... and why I like it ..... I think I said it, actually.