Fashion as a Factor in Society’s Obsession with Acceptance

Evelyn Rosales

The Fashion Industry is constantly changing, meaning consumers must continue to expend in order to keep pace. Society has a strong adoration of focus on outward beauty and overall appearance. For example, celebrities, the most elite and exclusive individuals, spend a quantity of money to build their reputation and ranking. In addition, designer brands’ products are higher-priced due to the name and eminence that the brand holds instead of the product itself.

Psychology has revealed that a person’s self esteem or care for liking can motivate them to buy even the most expensive merchandise. Most individuals have a desire to be noticed, and the reason for this desire is for reassurance or to feel valued. The fashion industry is used negatively to project wealth and standing. Some call it an illusion that keeps people attentive to what others think of them