From the first vignette, fashion was an indicator of status. Throughout the centuries, all kinds of fashion factors have dictated how we are perceived in society. The color of a coat or the complexity of a handkerchief were a way of knowing when someone was in the order of a society. At first, when people began to cover, that was the possession of clothing that led someone to the top of the hierarchy. If you have been exposed you were low on the totem of social order and your fashion state was zero.
There are many different modes of fashion. There is a general that most of us are aware of. What is meant by this is that when you go to the street and look at what you usually see. For example, cheap jeans. It would not have been seen in the 70’s or 80’s, but now they have spread and everything around us. If you wear the more conventional jeans, you may be considered a bit out of it, but not necessarily looked down. Most of us live in that fashionable match and finally meet. Why? Because this is the level dictated by fashion clothing manufacturers. In case your beliefs are not state of the mode of the major manufacturers?
Then there is the highest level of fashion status worn by the rich and famous. This is a more acute level of fashion and is certainly more severely criticized. God forbids me to arrive at a red carpet event at something that is out of style, that would be hit on several levels. Fortunately, most of us do not fall into this category and if these types of people want to play ball this way, they will eat cakes!
The state-fashion really said how society sees someone? The answer is not as simple as yes or no, as it depends on where you live and what you associate with. The truth is that this general level, yes, people will judge whether wearing something extravagant, but if it is being treated like everyone else, victim of that clothing manufacturers tells us to wear at any point history. And some things go back to great. A good example is the return of the bell-bottom jeans just a few years ago. Our parents were very happy then!