I think the construction of clothing is so much more important than how one puts it together. Anyone can follow trends, but if the clothes they're wearing aren't constructed to the best of their abilities, it really doesn't matter what the hell you're wearing. Does that make any sense? Anyway, this is a big reason why I don't shop at places like Forever XXI anymore. Yes, the clothes are nicely priced which allows you to purchase more, but they fall apart so quickly. I've never had anything from that store that's lasted more than a few months. I've learned to save my pennies for more items that may be a bit more expensive, but stand the test of time. Classic always overrides trendy, that's a big reason why collections such as Kostas Murkudis always catch my eye. If you love using your imagination the collection is wearable, boasting classic cuts and silhouettes that never seem to go out of style.