What is stylish today is outdated tomorrow. Our preoccupation with styles leads to an ever constant change in how we fashion our hair even the clothes and accessories we wear. Often movies are easily identified as a result of styles whether it’s the 20’s 50’s 80′ and so on.
I’ve always worn what appeals, what I enjoy and am comfortable in. If it were considered stylish, then perhaps on occasion, I was, but I always wore that which flattered.
Interestingly “stylish” often pertains to what is popular in thought and ideals readily accepted without consideration. Certainly there are foods we should avoid in excess. Yet when you consider changes in the marketplace, you notice whole sections of foods that are now “fashionable” to eat and not necessarily appropriate for our particular body and health considerations.
“Style” also influences our views on politics, religion, even what is acceptable as a “norm” for society.
Certainly, time will make clear whether what we perceive as valuable truly is or whether it was only “stylish” and of the moment.