STYLE FOCUS.

Dressing up neat and nice equates to you getting treated pleasantly, while some fuss about looking good, others don’t,some are even content with a Jean and a t-shirt. Some people go about selecting a cloth for the day caring less if the shoes matches the bag or the belt matches the shoes, while others would pay accurate attention to details, from the head to the toe.

I believe comfort is the key however way you chose to dress, wear what you would be comfortable in, but I also believe you should not discomfort others while pleasing yourself,confusing isn’t it? Here is an example, imagine a girl who felt like wearing a sequined blouse on a sunny afternoon just because she feels like and feels comfortable wearing it, the rays of sun on sequins can cause pain and irritation to the eye of other people going about their businesses in “Jean and t-shirt”.

It is high time we questioned the quote “you are addressed the way you are dressed”. Or would we address a woman in Agbada(a garment meant for Yoruba men in Nigeria ) as a man?

What is your own definition of style, what are your views on dressing up and fashion.

6 thoughts on “STYLE FOCUS.

  1. Tejmahal May 7, 2016 at 5:05 am

    Tell them for us dear “the jeans ń shirt” folks

  2. MUHAMMAD KABEER May 7, 2016 at 7:57 am

    oh yes! The way u dress u are addressed, a lady putting on agbada will never be addressed as sir but she will be addresses as a humorous and jocular fellow…

  3. MUHAMMAD KABEER May 7, 2016 at 8:00 am

    addressed rather

  4. Mohamard Harbyb May 7, 2016 at 8:51 am

    Its true..what gives people a brief info about who you are likely to be.let me see you on wearing a flowing hijab and i will say this is “alhaja” but seeing you in a short gown with exposed cleavage might definite get me thinking otherwise. I think i really go with the idea of dressin the way you want to be addressed,not in the literary meanin but the social and moral sense.

  5. almustarpha May 7, 2016 at 3:40 pm

    As an african man, Style is anything that make* one look good and presentable at any time and at any where…style defines who you are and also serve as a yardstick in gaging ones personality

  6. T.piano May 7, 2016 at 4:14 pm

    There is nothing wrong with a lady wearing Agbada in as much I can still see the features of a lady on her she is still a woman, that’s why it’s called fashion or style.. But same doesn’t go with that of men simply becos of our physical nature. #t. Piano#

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