Is Fashion a Passion?


Fashion means style in clothing, cosmetics, behavior, especially the latest or most admired. Meanwhile, Passion means ardent love or affection.

What is fashion for your answer?

Fashion is a way of introducing yourself without having to say a word. You can tell the whole world about your personality just by the type of clothes you wear. It is also a way to express yourself. It provides us with a creative outlet that we can constantly change and improve.

Fashion, it’s something that we deal with every day.

Fashion is revealing. It reveals features like the state of a person, his/her personality, choices, lifestyle, mood, vision.

“Clothes create a wordless means of communication that we all understand,” according to Katherine Hamnett, a top British fashion designer.

But also, Fashion is an endless popularity contest.

Passion is any strong or powerful emotion.

In case, the question is about “passion for fashion”, this refers to a person’s keen interest in creating new styles, that are different from what already exists around, him/her/them wanting to create something that stands out in a crowd, speaks of the person without using alphabets but visual appearance.

Imagine being able to design clothes for people all around the world. I didn’t realize that I had a passion for fashion until I was 9 years old in fourth grade. When there is free time available you will most likely see me looking through magazines, putting outfits together, or even sewing. There is a lot of facts that I didn’t know about fashion designing before but I know now. Being a fashion designer comes with many responsibilities such as working long hours & weekends, keeping up on the latest trends, or even designing different items of clothing for a wide range of retailers.


Why I found my true passion in fashion:

Ever since I was little I remember having the cutest clothes and matching everything together. I found it infatuating to find things that matched an outfit or paired stuff together so that it would contrast.


When I was about 7 years old, my mom had a Vogue magazine on the kitchen table and I had looked through it and I don’t think I ever let go of that Vogue magazine, lol. I was so inspired by runway fashion, casual fashion, and just the luxurious picture of it all. So after that, my obsession with fashion in magazines didn’t stop there–it only grew stronger.

In middle school, at about 13 years old, I subscribed to Seventeen and was reading Seventeen articles and relating to them and it was almost like a hobby. I would get inspiration from them and learn about brands or new trendy fashions and read articles that were about easy money or boys. It became part of my lifestyle.

In high school, I started following all these fashion blogs on Twitter and Instagram and would get inspiration from them as well as magazines. I also dressed up a lot in high school because that was a part of me and my aesthetic. You could say I had a unique style, lol.

Then, in high school, while looking at colleges, I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do. At first, I wanted to do dentistry. Then, I looked at USD and their dental hygiene program. I finally came across Iowa State and their Apparel Merchandising and Design program, went on a visit, and that’s when I knew.

I’ve come pretty far since that day, while also being involved in everything my freshman year of college, to going to Italy and finding my true passion for fashion my sophomore year, to applying for internships currently, and graduating early in December of next year, hopefully pursuing a career in the fashion industry.

I’ve learned a lot along the way about the industry, about finding inspiration, and about making different boards and projects. It’s truly something I love to do, and it is my true passion.

Why do I like fashion?

It’s loved all around the world as you can reinvent, express, create & stand out from the rest of the crowd. It also gives you confidence, as if you look good, you feel good inside. Here are the reasons that we love fashion here at Tookie. We just love the thrill of shopping for new clothes & updating our wardrobes.


What does fashion say about a person?

Clothes have developed from a practical asset to a social marker: they affect the way we see ourselves. They help us to be seen in the light that we wish to be, and also exude our personalities and social status. In many societies, dress sense embodies personal wealth and taste.

Does a man make the cloth or does the cloth make the man?

Definition: The phrase clothes make the man is a proverb that means that people are judged according to the way they are dressed.

Who said clothes do not make the man?

Henry Ward Beecher Quotes Clothes and manners do not make the man; but, when he is made, they greatly improve his appearance.

Where does the phrase clothes don’t make the man come from?

The proverb as it is recorded in Latin by Erasmus (Adagia 3.1. 60) is: “vestis virum facit” meaning “clothes make the man.” In the Adagia, Erasmus quotes Quintilian’s (Marcus Fabius Quintilianus) work, Institutions (orat.

What does maketh mean?

Filters. (archaic) Third-person singular simple present indicative form of make.

When did Mark Twain say clothes make the man?


What do Clothes make the man Naked people have little or no influence on society mean?

A great quote for a lifetime. “Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.” Here clothes are the way you behave to society irrespective of who you are internal. These clothes (your behavior) will give you an identity, respect, and influence in your surroundings and society.


How do you start Clothes to make the man kingdom come?

To start this quest you must first complete the Next to Godliness quest then talk to Hans Capon. You will have to wait until the next day and talk to him again.

How do you get to Upper Castle Garden?

Head to the soldier barracks near upper Rattay. Near the gate, all the way to the left is a door underneath the stairs. This leads to the castle garden.

What are the real attributes of a true gentleman?

A gentleman possesses a strong work ethic. He takes great pride in his work and strives to give his very best every day. He is reliable, dedicated, self-disciplined, humble, and a team player. He leads and is led well.

What is the meaning of cutting your cloth according to your size?

Many Nigerian users of English often say Cut your coat according to your size. This is a Nigerian variation of the English idiom Cut your coat according to your cloth. Cutting your coat according to your cloth means ‘to do only what you have enough money to do and no more.

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By Rida Khan

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