I am sure what Alexanda McQueen said will be of interest at this very moment. He said it’s a new era in fashion – there are no rules. It’s all about the individual and personal style, wearing high end, low end, classic lables and up-and-coming designers all together. This brings to mind what is trending in Ghana now. The biggest question which is posed currently is just that, what are you wearing? For me I know that is a healthy development, it shows people are gradually staying fashion conscious and appreciating fashionable trends in the country.
Relatively, such questions are raised on a high note. What should I wear? How I do I look? How will people see me? What will people say about me and all others. By these directions we can say fashion designs will complement our status, if we are to look beautiful, amazing and great! That is why people take in the stuff like it is and get more information on beauty tips, style advice, makeup and hairstyle guides. It is good to hear that as a country, Ghana has laid hold on this and is souring high on eagle’s wings. There is no doubt, made in Ghana goods and services are being promoted with a sense of pride.
To me, this is what fashion is about, it adds to make it complete, without which the individual will fall short of something precious. The only lesson I might be tempted to give is framed up in what someone said about fashion. She said the most important is to remember that you can wear all the greatest clothes and all the greatest shoes, but you’ve got to have a good spirit on the inside. That’s what’s going to make you look like you’re ready to rock the world.
It is all around us, normally that is what people say be stylish, be yourself! Cuttest jewelry items, best wedding halls, makeup accessories, beautiful hairstyles and fashionable clothes are not easily affordable if you haven’t had enough. It comes with a price, that is mostly expensive, only a few people can afford. Does it mean anything? So now it is obviously clear that beauty is the preserve of the rich and powerful. The most beautiful ones are the wealthiest. People really spend a lot of time and money keeping themselves and staying fashionable. Is this affecting fashion trends in Ghana? Maybe that is how it should be! I guess we can think through and see what can be done to direct our relationship and focus on all our customers and clients.