Sunday, 31 May 2009

Fashion And Love

Fashion, fashion, fashion – what is it? Fashion, of course, is
what we see in fashion magazines and designer shop windows, but
it is all there is to it? Don’t be misled. Fashion is also part
of your life and not only to do with shopping and expensive
boutiques. There are different aspects to it. First of all, not
everything that is in fashion suits everyone and what suits one
person might not suit another. Similarly, what looks beautiful
in one situation might not look it in another. Furthermore,
fashion is not only clothes; fashion is also style and
personality.

This is where the phenomenon of mimicry comes in. Blind mimicry
is distortion of fashion. There is always en extent to which one
can and should follow the trends. At a certain point, your
personality gives way. Do not miss out on that. This what
really makes you look special and unique. It is especially
painful to see fuller women squeeze into clothes that they
bulge out of in order to look thinner. It is also uncomfortable
to look at middle aged women trying to emulate fifteen year old
anorexic models. No matter how thin your waist is, you will
never be able to mask wrinkles and slight bodily deformities
caused by age. What is left to do? Be yourself.

In all cases, it is important to wear clothes that would not
make you look ”too young” or “too thin” and which would make
you feel relaxed, unrestrained and confident. How do you look
for such clothes? First you have to deal with yourself. Ask
yourself who you are, what your character is like. Are you
open? Do you like change? Are you active, or, on the contrary,
not so? What is your occupation like?

When you see a woman wearing an eccentric red dress in the
middle of the day, with the hair dyed red, you probably think
that she has a mild psychological problem – lacking in balance,
maybe a bit hysterical. And here is a middle aged woman (maybe a
little on the big side, but it only adds to her femininity). She
is wearing a free style dress made of natural material that does
not get in her way. One would say classical style with elements
of contemporary fashion. She looks original, move freely, and
confidently. She is obviously enjoying herself, does not worry
about taking her tummy in to conceal a recent meal or to avoid
discomfort of an overly tight dress. This woman emanates
harmony and tranquility. People usually like women like that
and admire them. It has always been true that the best looking
and most fashionable people are those in harmony with
themselves and others. These are people who look after their
bodies, but also their minds. Making sure that stress does not
rule you over plays an important role. Forgetting and forgiving
other people frees you from additional, unnecessary stress and
saves your precious face from one more age mark. A daily walk
in the forest or down the nearest toe path after work will not
only fill your lungs with oxygen and air your head, but relax
your body and mind and put a smile as well as a tranquil look
on your face. Do not underestimate psychological wellbeing; it
is a huge part of your good looks. Every bad thought results in
an unpleasant feeling and consequently leads to bad behavior,
which probably puts a new wrinkle on your face. People, who do
not love themselves, do not love others.

Thus, in order to be loved and look good you have to be
yourself, cherish what is beautiful in you not forgetting that
you are already unique and you just have to let it show. Be
natural in life, always work on your inner self and be better
inside. The inner beauty shines through and on to your body.
The only thing you have left to do then is give it an elegant
and cozy touch with your stylish and characteristic clothes. If
you feel comfortable and confident, people around you will feel
this way too. You will always be not only fashionable but
loving and loved too.


About The Author: Eva Vasi http://www.evatric.com/