Humans tend to copy one another, especially in fashion, choice of cloths and consumer goods. Do you agree or disagree.
Provide your reasons and example from your own experience.
Nowadays fashion is spreading its roots in this jet age of 21st century. It has been extremely debatable whether humans idolize to imitate others or not in terms of outfits,food items so on. Here, i would like to accord with given statement.
There are numerous reasons to support my view point. First and foremost, global advertisment has made the world as a global village and various fashion companies establish their branches in entire world to sale innovative fashion things in every supermarket of the world. As a result, people try to collect those things which are prevalent all over the world. For example, china sale its products frequently not only in india but also in other parts of world as they are economical simulteneously sperior. Consequently, people prefer to imitate others in fashion and consumer goods.
Furthermore, we all are living in glamorous where various fashion industries develop new fashion all accross the world further, people use them and try to imitate. Consequently, advertisment tempt to people to wear same dress of their celebrities. In addition, there is a dire needs for everyone to update with modern world trends therefore, people adopt new inventions of fashion in whole world.
What is more, in term of lifestyle, people want to compete each others by uplifting their life as they want all things which are using by their neighbour and community. As a result, people adore to copy others in terms of consumer goods and fashion. Moreover, due to technology, people come to know about popular things which are in vogue at world wide therefore, they indulge in rate race of achieving prevalent things by internet so, they try to copy othere.
To recapitulate, i think, it has become a fashion to imitate othere to enhance their lifestyle.
Some people think consumers’ preferences of buying similar products such as clothes show their tendency to copy each other. I disagree with this statement.
It is undeniable that some people choose to buy clothes with high popularity in order to follow a trend, and by following others, they can get a sense of belonging, connection, and identity. For example, teenagers tend to wear Vans sneakers rather than high heels because Vans has been made into an identity of young people. Especially in a student union group, members often wear clothes in similar style so that they feel connected and belonged. Consumers also buy popular products due to others’ recommendation. This happens frequently when people see online reviews when comparing a few products. If they follow others’ advice when making purchase decision, this would result in buying things that cater for others’ taste.
However, the above reasons are not enough to explain the phenomenon of buying well-liked products. In more cases, it is the positive traits of a product that motivate consumers to buy. For instance, without the superior attributes of Apple products, be it the on the cutting edge technology or the user-friendly detailed design, it would not have enjoyed such huge followings in the market. Besides, price is another factor that consumers take into account when purchasing. Every type of products has a target group of consumers, and often, the middle-class cannot afford luxury goods so that they buy economical things, and those products therefore become well liked in this class.
Above analysis suggests that although the consumption of some popular products are affected by consumers’ attempt to conform with others, other factors such as quality and price also lead to the popularity of some products.