Stress: The twin to style

Once or twice, many have related dressing with stress. Being stylish without stress is impossible; Colour, lebel, style, accessory come in. And if you didn’t put that tie right, ofcourse you’ll hassle until you get it right.

Once or twice, many have related dressing with stress. Being stylish without stress is impossible; Colour, lebel, style, accessory come in. And if you didn’t put that tie right, ofcourse you’ll hassle until you get it right.

Personally I wake up every morning, planning to look great though the lack of choice, style, inadequate fabric; many factors make me fail. Other people are no exception.

 “I am extra cautious about the way I dressup, especially when visiting. For instance, my grand mom’s place,” says Sharon Atwine, a student.

With this clash between modern and traditional wear, style is really a test. Most youth find   “umushanana” back dated for any occasion while for the adults it’s the stylish trend.
 “If it wasn’t for my culture, I would never wear Umushanana,”says Flavia Mutesi, a teenager.

The desire to look unique is yet another strain factor. Everybody loves to look good in the most unique way.

People fight for exquisite rare styles. Before admiring a wonderful style, they first find out whether it’s not common.  This explains why many detest first hand clothes and shoes.

The latest trend on the fashion block is matching accessories with the outfit. This keeps girls awake as they plan for what matches what. The matching goes from shoes, jewelery, clothes; from head to toe.

As for the ladies, their body shape becomes a challenge on what to wear.Fat,slender,short or tall….women always consider and sulk about what makes them smart.

“When women choose the wrong attire, that doesn’t flatter their body shape, they end up disappointed,” says Linda Gahozo, a fashion designer.

Choice is an immense difficulty …Though the lack of it is a result of having many options; it’s a myth for many.
Stress and style are twins,inseperable twins.

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