Fashion rules everywhere. It is the order of the day in the rich and elite class, as well as the middle strata of the society. You don't need to be rich to be fashion savvy. The urge to do fashion comes from within, and one can be fashionable even by investing few dollars. Moreover, with the changing trend ands style, fashion has become a unisexual term, where both men and women have become conscious about their hair styling, dressing sense, beauty and every thing.
Beauty product companies are coming up with eco-conscious product line which is effective to apply on the body, and are not harmful at all. What's more, adding to the power of beauty products, exclusive and affordable line of fashion wear have started thronging the market place. These exclusive fashion clothing is endorsed by the celebrities, which further attracts the attention of the wearer in general.
But, are all people fashion savvy? Well if you want the real answer, you know its NO. Only handful people are fashion conscious. Rest of them just seems to follow what seems to be normal and looks graceful on their body. They don't follow the trend which is being advocated by the models, or by any fashion celebrity.
There are positive as well as negative aspects of being fashion savvy. First the positive effects of being fashions conscious. Getting fashionable indirectly means adopting healthy lifestyle. Generally, it is seen that a fashionable person is more conscious about his or her health. Don't simply relate fashion to wearing expensive clothes, or going to discotheques, or adopting the brands that are endorsed by celebrities. Fashion is what makes you graceful.
Now coming to negative aspects of fashion... The negative aspects of fashion are conducted through vox populi and through a limited section of the society. Under this scenario the fashion mad people wear skimpy clothes to attract attention of others. This is what we call negative fashion, and is on the rise in the modern society.
Finally, it is true that fashion breeds positivism in a person, but it is also equally true that too much of it simply makes the person stand the odd one out.