Does following fashion too much and being trendy, cost you loose your own charm and personality?
I ask this question because of the diverse and humongous influence of fashion where people follow what others wear and somehow it may get drastic that so much fashion trendy you somehow loose your own style and touch to certain things. Believing the fact the all the styles or fashions evolves from one person or a group.
If being "fashionable" means dressing like the guy in that pic, I'll stay un-fashionable, thanks.
If a person would just give in, to wearing and following every single fashion trend, it may so happen that he/she will lose out on their identity. It depends on the person if he/she can manage to be themselves even after following fashion trends continuously.
i agree i think that fashionable means to have your own style, whether or not you are followning the fashion trends.
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