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Does the culture of a region influence its fashion trends

By Asem Hegazy, aconsultant for creative communications strategy and sustainable and digital fashion technology.

Does the culture of a region influence its fashion trends.
Does the culture of a region influence its fashion trends.

Nothing is constant but change! ” Fashion is just an ever-changing trend. Most of the time, this term is associated with clothing and accessories. People associate fashion with what they wear.

Although fashion is a broader concept, it has shrunk to fabric, clothing, and accessories in the modern era.

“Fashion predicts, elegance is a state of mind

a mirror of the time we live in, a translation of the future, and it should never be static.”

Great philosophers have come up with different definitions of fashion.

But they all have one common concept – looking and feeling good! If you are fashionable, then you are confident in your looks.

You are sure that you are conveying the correct impression to the other person.

Being in fashion will definitely help you take the first step towards your goal.

Fashion has a long history of trial and error.

What was considered trendy a few decades ago may be synonymous with killing the fashion of the modern era!

Likewise, what is considered trendy in the modern era may be a fashion suicide for people who lived a few decades ago!

The era, the beliefs of the people who live in it and the culture of that era and in that region play a huge role in influencing fashion trends.

a fashion suicide for people who lived a few decades ago! The era
a fashion suicide for people who lived a few decades ago! The era

Designers and manufacturers produce clothes and accessories according to the culture of a specific region.

Then it becomes the trend in the region.

People adopt a trend in clothing only if it matches the culture of that region.

It’s hard to find Muslim women wearing miniskirts in Qatar or American women wearing the burqa.

Ancient Egyptian fashion was greatly influenced by its culture in ancient times.

They wore clothes that not only looked glamorous, but were also comfortable for them in the hot climate.

 White was my favorite color for this reason. The workers and children
White was my favorite color for this reason. The workers and children

White was my favorite color for this reason. The workers and children were mostly naked.

The wealthy wore the most clothing and jewelry.

Jattin Kochhar, a famous stylist from India, comments: “Fashion designers around the world are promoting fruit and vegetable color this season in their collection.

If you wear these colors, you will never go out of fashion.

There is a logic to it as people can communicate better with those colors. ” There is no doubt that the surrounding environment greatly influences the fashion of that particular region!

The bird Emu is home to Australia and can be found in many regions of Australia. Australian fashion includes head coverings made of emu feathers.

THE AUSTRALIAN LIGHT KNIGHTS USED TO CARRY THIS HEADCOVER
THE AUSTRALIAN LIGHT KNIGHTS USED TO CARRY THIS HEADCOVER

THE AUSTRALIAN LIGHT KNIGHTS USED TO CARRY THIS HEADCOVER. The Australian Hat Factory is also inspired by plants and animals.

Associating her natural beauty with everything (including fashion) has remained part of the country’s culture.

Western fashion may have taken the global fashion market by storm, but nations and states still make it in touch with their traditional attire.

They constantly introduce new fashion trends in the way their cultural clothing is made or worn.

In fact, Bhutanese fashion designers do not offer any design that conflicts with the ancient culture of their country.

The Bhutanese are required to wear their traditional clothing in public. Fashion is constantly changing.

Often, the most terrible trends are popular in a particular region.

Shoulder pads for women gained popularity in the 1940’s.

It disappeared from society only to be back in the 1980s
It disappeared from society only to be back in the 1980s

It disappeared from society only to be back in the 1980s.

Fashion icons like Princess Diana couldn’t resist trying this accessory.

This is because the 1980s was the era of big business. Big shoulders, big hair, large jewelry, etc.

have become a necessity, although in reality they seem inappropriate for women.

Of course, the culture in a particular area changes over time. Fashion trends are also influenced by the changing culture in that particular region.

Women in India used to compulsorily wear sarees after marriage.

This is because they stayed at home while their husbands made their families.

When women began to contribute to the family income, they no longer restricted themselves to wearing sarees.

People generally choose fashion trends from the media.

They try to imitate their favorite actors, actresses or models in terms of clothing and style.

they might notice what their boyfriends are wearing and try to embrace the style in their life as wel
they might notice what their boyfriends are wearing and try to embrace the style in their life as wel

Otherwise, they might notice what their boyfriends are wearing and try to embrace the style in their life as well.

This is how a particular trend becomes popular in an area.

They can’t totally wear anything outcast, even if it looks good.

Whatever the dominant culture accepts and suffices to make an impact, becomes fashionable in that region. .

Thus, culture has a significant role in determining the pattern of a particular region.

Fashion trends in a society are just a mirror of its culture.

AS CULTURE CHANGES, FASHION CHANGES! It can also be said that fashion can influence a region’s culture to some extent.

But most of the time, it’s the opposite.

AS CULTURE CHANGES, FASHION CHANGES
AS CULTURE CHANGES, FASHION CHANGES
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