Fashion Trends

Look Presentable By Choosing The Right Clothes To Wear

People judge us by the way we look and that’s why physical appearance is very important to us. One of the main factors that affect our appearance is the way we dress. Even the most beautiful woman in the world will not look attractive if her dress is a rag. On the other hand, people who have the plainest face on the earth will still look presentable and respectable if they dress properly.

Season is one of the determining factors in what proper clothes to wear. You can’t wear winter clothes for summer season or vice versa. Aside from being inappropriate, it will not make you comfortable. Wearing summer clothes during winter will make you freeze with cold and wearing winter clothes during summer will be too warm for you and will make you sweat.

Choosing the Right Summer Clothes to Wear

To have a good look during summer you must choose the right style, design, matching and colour of clothes to wear. Light colours are most appropriate during the summer since they reflect heat which will make you feel cool even though the summer is hot. Wearing dark colours during the summer will absorb heat and will make you feel warm on an already hot summer.

Pink colours are very popular during summer especially in women. They will give you a natural look and will make you look attractive. If you are wearing sea green skirt, violet clothes are a perfect match for it. Combining tomato coloured outfit with turquoise coloured ones will enhance your beauty and create physical attraction. If you want to inspire people you can wear peach coloured dress contrasting with red or green clothes. Always remember that the beauty of your dress always depends on perfect matching and contrasting.

Different Styles of Clothes Used In Summer

One of the most trending fashion clothes during summer season are the sleeveless or half-sleeve ones. The beauty of the summer fashion is further enhanced by correct matching and pairing. As usual, light colours are most preferred during this season since it reflects heat and will make you feel cool. Shortcut designs and styles are also trending during this season.

During the evening it is much better to go for split suits than the usual clothes you wear in daytime. There are many types of clothes in the market today but you still have to pay more attention to detail when choosing the right clothes to wear. Always put in mind that people will judge you by the way you look. To look good in front of people you must have the proper dress to wear.

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The Role of Colours in Fashion



Radical developments in fashion production and consumption have occurred over the past few decades. Far-reaching changes have dramatically transformed fashion supply-chain management and distribution at both national and international levels. In particular, radical innovations in communication and information technology have complicated globalization of markets and to changes in the nature of consumer demand.


National and international fashion events are no longer prerogative of just a small number of leading manufactures and key representative of the fashion press but rather are regarded as essential indicators to insure future commercial success.


Large retail organizations are active participants, and through the willing involvement of popular national media, consumers are conversant with the dominant stylistic themes of given fashion seasons. Fashion designer and catwalk models have become household names, and designer and retailer brand names have become familiar status symbols to many consumers internationally.


Fashion as a subject has become more firmly established in the academic literature, and in recent years, many useful insights have been offered, and more penetrating explanations of the processes of adoption and diffusion have become apparent.


In order to build a conceptual framework to aid the understanding of the phenomenon of fashion, it is important to appreciate the relation between terms such as ‘style’ and ‘fashion’.


This article was originally published in the New Cloth Market magazine, November, 2012.