What exactly does a “classic style” mean? When I was younger, I thought of classic clothing as kind of boring, and typical. Now, with more experience under my belt, I look at a piece of “classic” clothing as something that’s timeless, and meant to withstand the wear and tear of life.
When you search classic (when used as an adjective), one of two things pop up:
1.) Remarkably and instructively typical.
2.) Judged over a period of time to be of the highest quality and outstanding of its kind.
Personally, I like the latter definition. I think it’s more relevant to a person who is building a wardrobe. Nowadays, we have the choices of purchasing “fast fashion” or investing in “classic” pieces. The difference being, one is created in a style that is fashionable in the moment, and one that is created in a style that is fashionable forever.
Here at Vivix, we’ve always created pieces that are timeless - styles that our customers can wear for as long as they want, and still feel good in them. For me, these styles could be called “classic.”
What do you think?