Tuesday, 10 January 2012

Style, Fashion And We

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Everybody wants to know how to dress cute and look appropriate in their daily life. Everyone has different meaning of fashion and style. Some people follow what others wear and how they look indeed this is not meaning of being stylish. Originality and individuality  matter a lot when it comes to being stylish, to me style is something that makes you note able in gathering. Style is about choosing your clothes accessories way of talking, dealing people collectively enhancing of personalty in an appropriate way. Style covers Expression, Clothing, Fashion sense and grooming.
[I read a fantastic article about style and fashion at "kinowear.com" and  in my article I include few points from that article with the permission of owner.]

It’s the total combination of the way you dress, talk, move your body, or do anything for that matter. Simply put, it’s how we express our inner being outwardly. This includes all of our thoughts, emotions, interests, and values. Everything on the outside is merely a reflection of what’s on the inside. You may say style gives moral directions or style is somehow the image of character.

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Fashion is something that comes after style. Remember that "fashion can be bought. Style one must possess." What we wear isn’t going to make up our entire impression, it does make up over 80% of our first impression. What we wear is what will kick-start the impression we make on others before we even open our mouth. This is the place from which people will filter everything we say and do.

Just because style or expression doesn’t mean you can wear whatever you want while ignoring the message it’s conveying. There is a "language" that is spoken through specific types of clothing, that you must become familiar with in order to make a more positive influence than a negative one.
For example, picture a man in a well-fitted suit telling you that he runs a multi-national corporation and makes billions of dollars. Then, picture a man in an ill-fitting, dirty outfit telling you the same thing. Which would you believe more?

According to studies at the University of California, 93% of our communication is non-verbal. Imagine asking someone "How are you?" If that person replies "Fine" in a curt manner with a frown on their face, and their arms crossed, are they communicating that they really feel fine"?
The messages we get across to other people has very little to do with the words that we use. Besides body language, the tone, pitch, and volume we use in our voice is all part of non-verbal communication that is really at the heart of the words we use. Style is a simple way of saying complicated things. 

Style is an expression of individualism mixed with charisma. Style development is parallel to personal development. Who you really are is close to the way the world will perceive you. But personal development is more for yourself, whereas style development is what will help you become more effective in your dealings with other people. Learning more and developing your competence on fashion, attractive body language, and social skills, it’ll result in a more fulfilling relationships with friends, coworkers, and the opposite sex.

Tips for personal style: 
1: Be unique and be yourself.
2: Choose clothes that they should fit. Ask a friend or a sales' assistant if you're not sure that an outfit suits you.
3: Keep up with the latest trends, so that you know what's current and what isn't. Check fashion magazines and put your own twist on things!
4: Accessories are a great, cheap way to create a unique style. Add a couple of accessories - for example, a watch, necklace, ribbon or belt.
5: Wear something that matches your personal style as well as the outfit you are wearing.
6: Try not to look fake; don't wear something if it's not you.
7: Go for variety. For example, if you like pink, try different shades, not just bubblegum pink; there's dusty pink, baby pink, hot pink, etc.
8: Mix 'n' match from previous seasons.
9: It's better to go for quality than quantity.
10: Don't wear make-up that is too dark for your skin tone.
11: The difference between style and fashion is quality.

24 comments:

  1. Nice info, useful tips for personal style. :)

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  2. Your blog is simply poetry for the soul.

    It's truly a lovely place to visit.

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  3. It's all good advice! I have to have clothes that are comfortable and have pockets! I am not necessarily a fashionista, but I'm consistent enough that my friends actually know what pieces will suit me.

    I am not a clothes shopper, so every Friday, I go with a friend and we shop for clothes for an hour...it keeps my wardrobe updated!

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  4. @Melissa: Thanks for kind words and stopping by... :)
    Keep visiting...
    Stay Blessed

    @Baur: Thanks ... :)

    @Ann: Ahan! Nice to know about your style... :)
    Nice tip for updating ones wardrobe...

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  5. hello Asma..and I was just reading it through and through..thank you for this useful tips Asma ;)

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  6. fashion is to be unique
    nice post

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  7. Happy 11'th of January! Lol couldn't think of anything else to write.

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  8. @SM: Thank you... :)

    @Baur: Ohhh! OKzz :)

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  9. Fashion is so important...:)
    Nice Post...

    ANSHUL
    www.anshul-gautam.blogpost.com

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  10. @ANSHUL GAUTAM: Thank You... :)

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  11. very nice tips especially for someone like me who is fashion/style-challenged :) i think individual looks, body and style is more important and the combination that ultimately decides our looks... one dress will look awesome on someone but it will be a total disaster on somebody else...

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  12. @Muhammad Israr: Glad to see you here after a long time, I thought you have forgotten way to my blog... :P
    Ahan! nice to know that... :)
    More importantly the way we carry fashion that help us to look more stylish and elegant... :)

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  13. i can forget anything but not Asma Khan :P i mean the name... dont why i dont get your posts on my dashboard? and yes i do not come that much on bloggers...just post and respond and visit only those people who comment on my posts so that is why i might have not been able to comment on your posts..how you been doing?

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  14. @Muhammad Israr: Nayab hain hum and my name is so... :D :P
    Hmmm I lost comments from many active readers as they also complain the same, I don't know why my post updates are not visible at their dashboards... :/
    Ohhh OK, indeed I visited your blog but didn't comment, sometimes I don't comment so... :)
    Pretty good thanks and you? :)

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  15. hahaha...nice... yes indeed you are nayab :)

    me fine shine... abhi tak 2012 is going good for me...

    dont know what is problem with bloggers that it sometimes does not show recent posts that is why i got to each person profile by clicking their names on my comments....

    yes maybe you visit but you dont comment so it does not count :P

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  16. @Muhammad Israr: :D :P
    Have faith. est wishes for you... :)
    Hmmm do one thing, unfollow your subscribed blogs and re-follow those, perhaps it will work... :)
    LoL commenting counts not visiting theek hai yeh b... :D

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  17. Awesome tips :) And The quotes are so true.

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  18. I love this post.. You should be comfortable in what you have on otherwise it will reflect. Imitating others won't make you stylish you can adapt a certain style and make it you own this is what makes one stylish.
    "Fashion fades, only style remains the same." -Coco Chanel
    "Fashion can be bought. Style one must possess"

    MiMi
    Make-up Overdose

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  19. yes faith is everything...

    ok i unfollowed and followed again...lets hope it works this time :)

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  20. @MiMi: Rightly said... :)

    @Muhammad Israr: ... :)

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