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How to Look Like a Million Without Spending It:
Links Between Fashion and Finance
Haute couture might well be the defining link for high finance.
Both are in the realms of the most exclusive players in the
industry and the world. And both are only valuable until they
become too fashionable. At that point, designers and financiers
have to close up, recreate or move on.
Have you ever noticed how when a stock becomes popular it rises
quickly but suddenly plummets? How about fashion? Have you seen
designers who were once considered haute couture begin to lose
money because they became fashionable for the masses? Both
theories are important, but they also mean that being successful
in both finance and fashion doesn’t have to break the bank.
How can you invest without breaking the bank?
In the world of finance, taking a risk by deciding on the next
big thing and then having it actually ‘become’ the next big
thing, can sometimes make you a fortune. At the same time, you
may not have the funds to invest in a theory or dream. So, you
can go in, choose what’s popular just as it becomes popular, and
draw out when you stop making money on the investment. So if you
can’t be high finance just yet, at least you can try to mimic it
until you can.
In the same way, fashion design, especially haute couture, can
cost a fortune. Wearing clothes from the right designers can
automatically give you an air of having everything under control
and being in charge of your world. However, if you can’t afford
your Armani suit just yet, you can buy a tie or handbag from
Gucci. Then with the air of success that you will be emanating,
there is little doubt that the Armani suit will be just around
What about fashion and finance in the business world?
“Be Bold. Be Noticed. Be You,” said Gregory Scott Reid, the
Millionaire Mentor, well-known speaker and three-time #1
California native, Reid created this unique design when he
realized that Men's fashion was primarily left unchanged. Each
day he typically wore his shirt/tie/suit combination to the
office and for special occasions. However, he questioned why he
was spending exorbitant amounts of money on wonderful ties that
he couldn't show off.
That is where his inspiration began. Reid teamed up with Haute
Couture Fashion Designer, Kimberly Mac. Together they were able
to take Reid’s idea of cutting ‘slits’ into one of his dress
shirts, and “weave” a tie through it, enabling people to not only
show off more of the tie, but also creating an original look that
was long overdue in men’s fashion.
Original, first ever, never available before, Reid’s shirts
feature double pearl button cuffs and superior quality fabric in
Jarkarta White, Skyline Blue and Midnight Black. This woven
collar shirt, as seen in GQ, Ebony, FHM, SkyMall, Washington
Post, 944, Skope and across the globe, comes to you from Mui
Fina at http://MuiFina.com .
In conclusion, nearly everything is about sex and power in
finance and fashion. If you wear the right things and make the
right investments, sex appeal and power will both be yours.
Winning the lottery isn’t necessarily as wonderful as being a
brilliant investor while a Gucci tie isn’t as impressive as an
Armani suit. But either way, you’re heading in the right
direction. If you are a lottery winner perhaps you’ll gather both
the power and sex appeal later by becoming the brilliant investor
of everyone’s dreams. More information can be found at
By Diana Barnum is a correspondent for Savvy Style News at
http://savvystylenews.com . She can be reached at (614) 529-9459
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