|Being surrounded by a different style can cause a person to feel different. Can such a feeling transform a person?
i believe so. confidence will increase when people who see you comment on your appearance
Oh yes! Look at how we are influenced by different designers. For some, finding the "right" personal style can be very impactful.
Of course, that's the beauty of style, doing what the next person couldn't or was afraid to do. If I seen more than one person wearing the same jeans as me, or anything else of that matter, I will probably just cut mine up, style it up a bit with studs and call them my own. You gain inspiration form others in many ways, one of the ways is just being different, and that's key to styling.
its always up to how the person handles their differant style, but yes it can.
I'm not sure. Is this transformation permanent or temporarily? Different style definitely has transformed me but temporarily, I get bored with just one style.
Yes, being surrounded by style and its transforming influence has been the subject of many movies. Characters with great style, such as Diana Vreeland, Frank LLoyd Wright or many of our designers have changed our world
Ive seen this time and time again: show a woman elements of her beauty that have lain dormant and she blossoms.
I believe that a different style can open a new door for a person. It also could quite possible create confidence in knowing that you are not alone or feel strength in a part of you that hasn't come out yet. I think that being around diffent styles is freedom. Freedom of expression. Think the High Streets in London.
I think so
I have witnessed the power of a makeover transform many lives on several occasions, even reducing them to tears!
I am so blessed to do what I do for a living.
Yes, I see this all the time. People are very impressionable, the general population has a huge difficulty accepting thier own diference from everyone else, and embracing it.
It's like high school, peer pressure! I tend to dress the way I want to and what looks good on me. I dislike forcing others to look alike.
Definitely. I think people conform a bit to their surroundings. For example, while studying abroad in London this summer, I noticed myself starting to buy more euro-chic clothes and wearing a lot of the trends that were popular there.
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