Some boys think that they are like Amitabh Bachan, some imitate the hairstyle of Dev Anand, and some others comb their hair back to look themselves dignified. They often go about looking appreciatively at their dress and style.Many are found putting their handkerchiefs in their coat pockets and adjusting their ties.
Some girls put on tight jean trousers and shirts to show off themselves best.
The hairstyle also varies from one girl to another.
Some prefer to keep long and deep moustaches; some keep a well-trimmed narrow row of them just above their upper lip.
Most of their fashions are an imitation of the film stars. Some of them come in salwar and shirt with the apron on their breasts in V-shape while some others put the apron around their necks exposing their breasts.
At times, one cannot but yield to fashions just to keep ρace with the changing time. They keep the young students smart and active and make them courageous.
They help the girls come out of their shells and compete with boys in every field.
Even foods and drinks, and the way they are prepared and served, change from time to time.
For example, a fashionable dinner in a rich house today is quite different from what it was fifty years ago.
Among the members of the “smart set” of any country, certain styles of houses, furniture, foods and drinks, times of meals, amusements, polite customs, and especially dress, are “fashionable.”No one in society would dare to take his meals at unfashionable times, or furnish his house with old-fashioned furniture, or, above all, wear clothes that were out of fashion; for to do such things would be considered odd and eccentric, or, as people of that class would say, “quite impossible.”And as fashions in dress are constantly changing, “the fashion” in dress always means the latest fashion; and as it is impossible for any but rich people to bear the expense of discarding perfectly good cloths, simply because the style has gone out of fashion, and buying new and up-to-date dresses, only well-to- do people can always be fashionable. For example, certain amusements can come into and go out of fashion.
Such games, as croquet and bowls, came into fashion for a time and were “all the rage” in the middle of the 19th century; then they went out of fashion, and other games like lawn-tennis and golf took their place.