Does fashion determine who we are?
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Well for example, We see a man wearing sport's clothes most days ( and thats his regular outfit/ his fashion) so just by observing what he wears we can tell that he likes sports or that he himself is an athlete. By seeing someone with the latest brand clothes which are quite expensive we could see that the person wants to impress others or maybe even himself, so we see someone who wants to be popular or try to fit in the crowd. (my first argument)
We see what someone wears and we have the ability to jump to a few conclusions on who they are, in some occasions your conclusions or assumptions would be true, just another example: We see a teenager wearing all black, with his/her hair down, barley showing off their eyes, with black hair and lets say with some make-up, most of the times we will always jump the gun and think that the person might suffer from depression, and most times we will be right, because we are brought up in a society where 'emos' or 'goths' have a certain fashion, thus if one had to dress like them we would automatically consider them to be an 'emo' or goth, they should also know that if they had to dress like 'emos' or 'goths' that they would be viewed as 'emos' or 'goths' with their specific personalities.
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