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Fashion in Italy

by Eriko T.

When it comes to Italy, it’s Fashion !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! There are many famous brands in Italy. For example, Gucci, D&G, Prada, Almani, and so on. I like Gucci so much. ♥ Italians pay great attention to their appearances.

According to Serena from Bari, Italy in our textbook, she said, “If you don’t look fashionable, people don’t respect you. Italian women spend a lot on a dress and go to the hairdresser once a week. Shoes and accessories are also very important for them.”

What surprised me were her words: “If you don’t look fashionable, people don’t respect you.” I didn’t come up with the idea.

Also, it’s said that many Italians believe that dress reflects an individual’s social status, family background, and educational experience.

In Japan some people are interested in fashion and pay attention to their appearance, but some people do not. I think Japan is not so fashionable, compared with Italy.

But fashion is already a part of our daily life. It makes us happy ★★!!!!! And I can say it is a way of making a difference between you and others around you. So I think we should enjoy it. ;D

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