The tendency of human beings copying each other is shown in popularity of fashion clothes and consumer goods. To what extent do you agree?

Copying or
immitating
reproduce someone's behavior or looks
imitating
imitation
things of
one
other
any of various alternatives; some other
another
is extremely common in humans. Not just today, we have been copying
one
another since ages and its quite
natural
Suggestion
naturally
as well. People are often seen copying their friends, family members, relatives and colleagues. It is not a bad thing as it doesn't harm anyone. People buy the things which they like. Most of the customer's buying behaviour is dependent upon their closed ones. Envy or jealousy influences us for buying stuffs which we may not need and we still buy them just because
one
of our friend or our neighbour as the same. So basically, copying may not harm
someone
any person
anyone
else but it can harm oneself as in order to satisfy our ego. Buying the same pair of shoes your friend has or the coolest guy in the school
has
(informal) holidays
hols
. People are often seen
immitating
reproduce someone's behavior or looks
imitating
the fashion of people who they either see as role models or they just wanna have the same personality as theirs in the society.
However
, the clothes might not suit them and it may be a little difficult for a heavier girl to get into Angelina Jolie's dress, but we hardly bother. We realise it when it's either too late or people make fun of us after the experiment goes wrong. To conclude, In my opinion everyone should have their own unique personality in order to look different from the rest of the crowd. As we are different and unique. I reckon
this
is
one
way to be successful as most of the successful people are different and they have their own signature
strengh
the property of being physically or mentally strong
strength
and identifying ones unique signature
strengh
the property of being physically or mentally strong
strength
strings
can be extremely effective for ones future.

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