Fashion Reveals Your True Identity

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Fashion Reveals Your True Identity
A very good morning to our honourable judges, worthy competitors, teachers and friends. I am standing here today to deliver a speech entitled ‘Fashion Reveals Your True Identity’. Before I begin, let me ask you - what is fashion all about? Stella Blum mentioned, “Fashion is a social agreement,” but Edmund C. Stedman said, “Fashion is potency in art.” To me regardless what you wear, it is called fashion.
Fashion is a general term for a popular style or practice, especially in clothing, foot wear, or accessories. "Fashion" refers to current trends in look and dress up of a person, as well as to prevailing styles in behavior. The more technical term, "costume," has become so linked in the public eye with the
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If the temperature drops, or if the ring is damaged, it will turn black. Since they are just ‘thermometers’, mood rings can’t really read your feelings accurately. But hey, at least these change their colour!
Color also affects our outer perception. I understand some people might think guys who wear pink look so girlish, but I disagree. I think guy look good in pink. They are classified as true guys. Believe it or not, in early 20th century, pink is used to be for guys as it originates from red, which was thought of as a fierce colour – bold, dramatic and masculine. At the same time, it should be done in moderation: guys shouldn’t be dressed up in full pink, with their pants, shirt and watch in pink. Then even I as a woman would ask myself if he’s gay.
From my side of viewing, we dress the way we want and we embrace our individuality. Even in Islam, being fashionable is allowed, till the garments don’t reveal the aurat as require by the religion. Covering their body doesn’t make these women unfashionable. As people say, ‘less is more’, which in this case means that the less skin you reveal, the more beautiful you are. We have seen many Muslim women being fashionable and trendy, yet covering their aurat at the same time. So, who says being modest is not fashionable? Following religions teachings doesn’t constrict your fashion sense. Instead, it might make you even more fashionable and respect at the same

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