How Do Trends Define Our Style?

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Every season we get the chance to admire the work and the ideas of all our favourite designers, whilst having the opportunity to define the trends of each season. Even though it's quite a fun and challenging way to spend your time, especially if you're into guessing what's going to be next invented (or brought back) by the fashion masterminds, in the long run, keeping up with seasonal trends can be a bit overwhelming or even exhausting at times.

At this point I think it would be helpful if we distinguish the terms "fashion" and "style"; Right now fashion could be defined as a mixture of typical/contemporary trends and seasonal trends teaming up in order to create one's personal style ,which often has the ability to describe someone's character. (At least that's how I think of defining those terms.)

And exactly because style is such a personal matter, giving so much information about a person to its social circles, it's important that it stays unaffected by all the craziness of the fashion world. That doesn't mean that we don't enjoy finding out and embracing new trends, it's simply suggests that we shouldn't change our style completely just for the shake of being "fashionable". Our idea of having new updated items in our wardrobe has to do with improving our style, stepping up our game and in general getting out of our comfort zone. Because trends are not unbreakable laws ready to punish the non-supporters, they are simple and effective ways to make women all over the world, no matter what their preferences arr, get bolder.

And  that's what the whole point of this post is about; to let people (especially women) know that it's ok not to follow all the trends, especially the ones that don't fit their personality and/or their preferences. The important thing is to be unique but never afraid and to feel comfortable in whatever you're wearing.

 Celine Spring/Summer 2013, introducing one of the biggest summer trends of 2014 but with furry details inspired by Sesame Street. (It's a nay if you ask us)

One of the biggest summer beauty trends: Orange Lipstick

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