'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
In that case, can you be sure what you're wearing is on trend? For an instance, Rompers are in fashion now. But even as we are speaking, major changes in fashion is taking place.
Won't you be odd one out when you don't follow the trend?
We have long forgotten to live for ourselves anyway. It is the society that we aim to please.
The stronger a light shines the darker are the shadows around it.
Following the trend should not be our source of influence, fashion comes and goes, but your style stays with you forever. If you keep following the trend, at some time you may lose yourself and I don't think we will be an odd one out if you don't follow the trend.
Like most of the Indians, I also wear clean and freshly ironed clothes for going to office or for attending social functions. There is no question of reflecting personality by clothes-at least in my case. I wear light coloured dress. I don't like to purchase unlimited clothes to chose from for various occasions.
Non-violence is the greatest Dharma; So too is all righteous violence.
Wear something that's not outrageous like the film actors who would look odd when they step out into the real world. It's important also to feel comfortable in your clothes, I've seen dress up is tight dresses cut at various angles and the person is really uncomfortable in it. Some of them dress to flaunt their physical attributes, I have no objection but the occasion and the venue shouldn't be marred by such dresses.
Lastly, someone said, clothes mean nothing alone but mean everything when someone human steps into them.
I feel that how we dress up is more important than what we wear. One may look clumsy or shabby in a fashionable and costly dress while another may look elegant and smart even in a normal casual wear. So, dress, as I said in the beginning, does have a relation to your personality but it depends on how you dress up and carry yourself to begin with and later how you behave is that which would actually matter.
Let me make it clear that I don't believe in dressing up to impress others or with the thought about how others would assess me but I don't think we can neglect the 'others factor' totally being part of a society.
'Beware of false knowledge; it is more dangerous than ignorance'. - George Bernard Shaw.
The shape, design, color, length etc of the dress that we wear matters. People judge us by the clothes we wear at times. It need not come correct always. Some people wear modern clothes just because their situation demands so, but they will be not so modern actually and would love a village culture more. Especially, girls can easily change to a modern girl or a village girl based on their dress and makeups. They might be dressing up according to the occasion and that can't be considered to judge them.
"Do not give up, things might not favour you always"
Clothes define your personality.
Color also matters.
In power packed business only two colors are there. Red and Blue!
Red: Boosting your performance, enhancing your attention, Make us vigilant.
Blue: Prompt creative tasks and brainstorming. Associated with openness peace and tranquility.
Now you know the science behind US president Donald Trump and Russian Premier Vladimir Putin's preference of colors of ties in high powered diplomatic trips.
So, Pooja, you can fill up all your cupboards with Red and Blue colored clothes and go confidently!
I love chocolates and ice creams!
Wear clothes that suit an occasional .colours do matter,that is one's own choice.my opinion is wear whatever you like.. Go with the trend, choose the occasion, be graceful but not a laughing stock.