Men’s fashion, as well as the female, but with less intensity, to see arise the whole time the hype around any piece or style, some of them survive, and end up embedded in the repertoire of the man, going on to appear as an option in the time to dress up, others do not only fall to the earth as end up turning symbol of a certain time, not always bringing positive memories to those who embraced the trend.
You’ve probably heard someone talk about “remember when everyone wore such clothing, where we were with the head?” or “so and so looks like it came right out of 2005 with this visual.” This article is intended to enumerate some elements that indicate the possibility of a piece of clothing, accessory or even dress style become dated and lose its value, after all everyone wants to try to anticipate this type of problem so as not to spend money for nothing, or seem outdated.
Problem 1 – Clothes with some feature exaggerated tend to mark the time, but fall into disuse after a certain time
In the 70s we had the pants to bell mouth, in the 80s the blazers with shoulder pads huge, in the 90’s, the pants baggy and the no biggy (the latter were huge), we can identify the t-shirts long line as a trend that may prove ephemeral, precisely because of bet on the hype and ignore some rules-of-proportion body, following the path relatively recent t-shirts Ed Hardy fully lined with crystals that also bet on the excess and the hype, but today they are hidden in some dark part of the wardrobe along with a Nokia N95, the “iPhone killer.
In short: the hype may seem interesting at first, but after a while end up saturating.
The solution: keep items classic and timeless or buy parts with this type of trend that does not cost too expensive, save your buck!
Problem 2 – the Clothes that reflect some cultural movement or situation are marked by the moment
A recent example are the clothes related to you or even coloured trousers from the era of their music. The color chinos until if holds, but we do not see more colors such as yellow canary, pink or vibrant green. Going back even further in time we have the grunge movement of the 90’s where the elements have survived separately (plaid shirt, shorts, boots and long hair), but the complete package was extremely dated.
In short: clothes related to urban tribes or cultural movements are only good on these guys after the fashion passes.
Solution: want to get into the wave? Okay, but incorporates only a few elements in your visual, just things that have a relation to your style.
Issue 3 – re-Readings of the classics, end up being desbancadas by their own classics that have tried to replace
Back in 2005 via a lot of shirt male with a stripe pattern, known as the “bar code”, contrary to the classic patterns he was trained by several tracks asymmetrical that really resembled a bar code. The time passed and the fever of the bar code has passed also, it is common today to find pinstripe traditional and any store, but the success of the half of the last decade was left behind.
In short: few innovations become timeless and that are presented as reinterpretations of classics compete with their own classics, which is already a point against.
The solution: take a good look if the changes made are worth the investment or if the clothes that you already have still spend a modernity and elegance no need to appeal to the trends of the moment.
Problem 4 – Pieces adopted by adolescents are easily discarded and dated
The thirst for novelty, characteristic of the adolescent, makes this type of consumer adhere to trends quickly, but, at the same time, gives me a little time to evaluate the real cost benefit of the piece, often turning into success something without a lot of charisma or even without a good cost/benefit, in addition to saturating the presence of the item on the streets, something which we will talk in our next topic…
In short: not everything that is used by teenagers can be considered a good investment, really only makes sense in the young universe, and is discarded by them after the loss of interest, and saturation.
The solution: some trends worth trying out, some even end up winning the barrier of age and migrating to the wardrobe of anyone who is in another age group, but the most important is to bet on what can be merged with other pieces, diluting the main element in the middle of the other fashion features.
Problem 5 – Items used in the mass, get sick, reflect a lack of personality and saw the symbol of a certain time
You know that day that you came to the conclusion that he was fed up of the shirts of Abercrombie because he took a crowded subway to them and, at first, thought to be taking part in some flash mob fashion? Ok, then you know very well that we are talking about in this topic, and if not spent for this is just imagine the situation. Nothing more annoying than to start using a clothing that can be seen in any corner, isn’t it? Another example that is still fresh in our memory are the polo shirts style rugby, which besides not being up to snuff, turned into a plague!And what happens next is even worse: the clothes (stylish or not) ends up becoming a reminder of the era in which everyone dressed the same.
In short: clothes or accessories worn massively will certainly leave you tired of them in a short time and make you remember for the whole life of the age in which they were used.
The solution: as soon as you identify a new hype and feel that it can be incorporated into your repertoire, give it time to develop the idea, to see if the trend will not turn to a fashion unbearable found on every street corner and used without parsimony or trial.
Never use or buy anything on impulse, so that a tendency to arise take time to establish and assess if there is a possibility of incorporating it without conflict with your style.
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