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La palabra “TREND”, tendencia en inglés significa “cambio”.

La podemos puntualizar como aquel proceso de cambio en los grupos humanos, que da extensión a nuevas deyección, deseos, formas de comportamiendo y por ende a nuevos productos y servicios.

Las sociedades humanas a lo espléndido del tiempo han tenido la condición por manifestar sus características, cada individuo elige ciertas características para ser agradecido adentro de un liga de personas.

Las tendencias han llegado a formar parte fundamental del estudio de las sociedades y de la civilización. A lo grande de la historia han traumatizado el uso y desuso de diferentes productos ya háblese de ropa, utensilios, tecnología, etc., los cuales definen el estilo de una época y sin duda tiene un conexión social y político que distingue cada una de las etapas históricas.

La tendencia puede ser descrita como un deseo por el cual unos individuos distintos los unos a los otros sin haberse puesto de acuerdo muestran tener los mismos deseos. La tendencia la podemos comprender como un ciclo, en el que el objeto pasa de tendencia a ser un must have, a posteriori a un pasado de moda y a su asesinato, pero la reinvención o la entrada de toda tendencia lo hace cíclico.

No todo lo que se le denomina como tendencia tiene que ser en el ámbito comercial, la tendencia va desde el nombre que le pondremos a nuestro hijo, hasta el cómo nos dejaremos la barba, la moda se ha ido esparciendo a cada uno de los objetos que utilizamos y hasta en los servicios; que designan igualmente un modo de vida.

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  • Just how she dislikes engagement photos on her feed I don't want to see any of her content on my feed again. Trash video, and maybe you shouldnt let a site like facebook weigh your choices in life.

  • Ok I feel like Devin's actual opinion is that there is no need to do professional grade photos of a staged engagement moment. Which 100% agree with! However if you find it necessary for your engagement go for it.

  • It's annoying when a couple posts A LOT of photos together all the time. But engagement is important once (we hope) in a lifetime event and I wouldn't spend any money on it, but I get why someone would. It's not just for facebook, it goes in the family photo album.

  • maybe engagement photos are that expensive in larger cities and in Buzzfeedland (no offense, but y'all get paid decently and live a completely diff world from the normal workforce)
    but they're not that expensive in smaller cities and towns. i really appreciate Kristin' s thoughts on this 🙂 i mostly do portrait photos and not more stressful occasions like weddings/engagement but when i do i def don't charge anywhere near that much. it's also not my livelihood though

  • I completely disagree with this. My fiancé and I have been together for 8 years and had our engagement photos done this May and it was the most amazing experience of our life. Granted…we did have them done in my fiancé’s home country, South Korea, and so it was more of an experience than the photos themselves. But we have those photos (beautiful high quality photos!) of us that we look at everyday and remember that day together. These are the best photos we have of us and I am so incredibly thankful for having these stunning and lovely photos to keep looking back on for years. These photos mean so much to us. I never even posted any to social media I just use one as my profile picture. So I don’t think it’s fair to say that engagement photos are a waste. I suppose if the only reason you do it is to plaster it all over social media but if you’re doing it for the right reasons and feel the extra money is worth it then I see no problem with it. Also different elements of the “wedding culture” are important to different people. Like for us, photos are the most important to us for our wedding so we decided to put most of our money there and instead decided we didn’t want a bridal party, groomsmen, crazy expensive wedding attire or a public ceremony. Some people spend insane amounts of money on a dress that will be worn once and then sit in a box for eternity. But pictures are looked at almost everyday and are cherished for many years.

  • I agree with Devin and think that people are cheapening life events by bragging about them on facebook. it’s juvenile and arrogant to assume that your quality of life is better than someone who doesnt participate in your feigned romantic fulfillment vortex.

  • Says the girl that takes every opportunity to dress up, take photos, and be extra. Devon just sounds salty she doesn't have someone to do that with… most women wish their SO would just take the time to take a decent photo every once in a while!
    If you want em, take em. If you don't, don't.

  • i agree with both sides. i can see wanting to go all out on your wedding and spending an obnoxious amount of money because you feel it deserves such a celebration. but i also think it's a huge waste of money and unnecessarily stressful because you don't need fancy things to solidify your love and your union. a lot of cultures show marriage in different ways, the US just pushes stereotypes of how a marriage should go that a lot of people waste money following ¯_(ツ)_/¯

  • I'm married and I agree with Devin. I simply had my dad get out his favorite digital camera and snap a few shots when I got engaged. I even used one of his photos as our Save the Date! Though, it is true that engagement photos are typically a part of the wedding photo package. Originally my wedding photographer offered it as part of the package as well and I we exchanged that for more wedding photos/an album made my the photographer

  • I really appreciate the time professional photographers take to make your photos (engagement or otherwise) look perfect. I know that I went with engagement photos because I wanted to use them for the invitations. I did use one photo for the "Save the Date", which I sent this through email, and one for our wedding website. The only photos I posted to FB were to announce that we were engaged and these were taken by my sister on her phone at a park. Though some people feel the need to go all out and wake up at ungodly hours of the morning and be stressed out about it, my husband and I decided to go with a simple fall setting in the afternoon dressed in jeans and sweaters and had the natural environment do the rest. I was so happy and the time spent doing them was so amazing and joyful. Many friends and family commented on how lovely the photos were, but that's not the main reason I got them taken, it was a nice bonus :). We still have our invitation on our fridge and I feel so many wonderful emotions whenever I look at the photos and I know that I will for many years to come. I think you should spend your time and money on the memories you want to have and never feel pressured by your loved ones, society, or social media. Be you and make you feel happy.

  • If a couple wants to take engagement photos and post them where ever they want then they can do that. If Devin doesn’t want to see these posts then maybe she shouldn’t have Facebook? Kristen’s opinion is the only person who has a valid opinion because she is the only one who has been through this. Bottom line is people can take whatever pictures they want and post them wherever they want and if you don’t want to see them then I friend them. Simple as that

  • I only understand engagement photos if the person proposing sets it up before hand and it's done secretly somehow where they're actually capturing the moment. But if its staged and just a reenactment, what's the point?

  • Ugh!!! This HOT TAKE ticked me off! Pictures show history and there used to be a day when they couldn’t commemorate a special occasion with a photo.
    I can maybe understand the annoyance of posting them ALL OVER social media but would you say the same thing about a family portrait?? Or Baby pictures? To each their own. But you girls got my blood boiling

  • Weddings are a scam, rings are a scam.. And almost all women fall for it. This opinion has nothing to do with being single or married. I am married, but we got married at town hall 👌

  • So her posting 2k photos of herself ( some taken by professional photographers ) on Instagram is fine , but people wanting to preserve and share one of their life's happiest memories is a scam? :/ You can get engagement photos at varying prices ranges. As Kristin said, they often come as part of the wedding package. It's by no means necessary, but why does she feel the need to shame people who want them? These photos are for the couple, not for her. It doesn't matter if she "doesn't care", they weren't taken for her in the first place! Yikes…

  • Why are you guys arguing whos right and wrong, this is all opinionated. There's no such thing as right and wrong in an opinionated conversation

  • We didn't take engagement photos, have an engagement party, have a wedding shower, or bachelor/bachelorette parties, my uncle took our wedding photos, and we didn't go on a honey moon because I couldn't get off work. and 6 years later we don't regret spending the money we would've spent on those things on our actual wedding and experiences. If those things work for you, cool. But don't feel pressured to spend thousands of dollars that you don't have on things that ultimately wont matter.

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