The clothes fit the culture, is it true? And why?
Culture makes clothes, so yes, the clothes fit the culture. We dress according to the way we were brought up, taking into consideration climate, ethnicity, gender, geographical region, religion and social class -- a non-exhaustive list of factors that constitute "culture". Having lived through the rise, peak and fall of the social media era, I've been exposed to numerous perspectives, ideas, people and of course, cultures. With that privilege of having access to so much information, I'm able to form my own personalised view, my own unique curated culture, my own way of dressing. I used to do a lot of sports when I was in school and I wore lots of "sporty clothes" -- denim shorts with any sleeveless top and always sneakers with no jewellery. In university, it was my most experimental period because of the different people and ideas I was exposed to. I tried short dresses, long dresses, cropped tops, heels and lots of jewellery. It took a while, but right now, I've finally settled on a style of understated casual elegance - blazer and pants sets, long fitted pants, cropped tops, sneakers, boots and simple bracelets and earrings. It's very suitable for my lifestyle that goes from being on camera for casting, to meeting clients, and to streaming. That's the same sort of style that the GM-S5600 has and it pairs perfectly with any outfit that I have with its clean uncluttered face and bezel, especially since it comes in 3 different colours! I personally adore the white version even though I'm terrified of dirtying it, but it's the easiest to style since I'm usually in white sneakers and neutral coloured pants.