Being fashionable nowadays also means taking care of your clothes, of your tastes, of your attitude. Fashion is an outfit, it is a style. It is a form of art, just like painting, music, dancing, classicism or modernism and it is what we have inherited from our ancestors. There is an English saying according to which you should always eat enough for you to be satisfied, but dress up so that the others around you also like you. Fashion also represents a balance between your personal tastes and the tastes which are unanimously accepted, it means adopting a personal touch, which matches your times, it is the art of choosing the right elements for the right occasions.
Matching your clothes properly is still a matter of taste, but it is a matter of good taste. This is no longer something subjective. It is already something that is associated with politeness. We dress up for ourselves and for the others. The fashion houses we have today offer everyone the opportunity to express themselves. There is a continuous fight over adapting, over being sincere when it comes to fashion. However, it appears that the fashion styles which will follow will be fashion styles which have nothing rigid in them, which are evolved, everyone being their own fashion designer and learning to separate what fits them from what doesn’t fit them. However, there is one universally valid rule and that is that all bright colours represent a lack of taste.
The active man’s fashion is the fashion of the coordinated elements: you need harmony when it comes to shapes, to styles, to colours, you need simplicity, naturalism, intelligence and control. All fashion styles have their logic and their balance, even their elegance. Fashion is a necessity, it means style and it means a lot more.