How Far Will You Go for Fashion?

People go to extremes for everything, but the fashion world is probably filled with some of the craziest and most dedicated people in the world. Whether it’s paying several thousand dollars for a shirt or performing body modifications, there are some people that are willing to pour time, effort and money into their bodies just to get the perfect image that they desire. But how far are you personally willing to go for fashion?


Would You Buy High-End Fashion?

Are you comfortable with paying a hundred dollars for a skirt or do you prefer to pick up a bargain? Some people hate the idea of paying exorbitant amounts for fashion, but there’s one sole reason why people are willing to go to those lengths: exclusivity. When you see garments from a luxurious brand, there’s a good chance that it’s part of an exclusive collection that is no longer being produced. Fashion brands only release new products every season instead of keeping them as a permanent collection.

This is what warrants their price; the idea that they will never ever be produced again by the original company and only fakes will be created. This gives them an air of exclusivity that is coveted by fashionistas all over the world, and they’d be willing to pay ridiculous sums of money just to wear something that no one else in the world has. Are you willing to go to those lengths? It involves standing in queues at local flagship stores for several hours, and sometimes you need to be lucky enough to win a lottery before you’re even given a chance to purchase them.

Most people can’t stomach the effort and money that goes into obtaining high-end fashion. Some people find it ridiculous and unnecessary, but for those dedicated fashion lovers, it’s their way of life.

Do What You’re Comfortable With

At the end of the day, fashion is a statement and you should do whatever personally makes you comfortable. Some people are comfortable with botox injections to clear imperfections in their face. Others are fine with working out for several hours a day just to get the perfect body image. Whatever you do, make sure you’re personally comfortable with it or else you’re not really defining your own style or using fashion to your advantage. Instead, you’re simply copying other people, and that’s when fashion starts to become more of a catch-up game than something fun and enjoyable.

Whether you’re addicted to budget buys or want to modify your body into the perfect image, make sure you’re comfortable both financially and physically before you make drastic changes. Some people are willing to go to extreme lengths for fashion, but that doesn't’ mean you need to follow in their footsteps. Do what makes you comfortable, not what you perceive is the holy grail of fashion. Buy things you like the look of, wear things that suit you and don’t go out of your way to purchase an item or a service that costs more than you’re willing to pay.