We all, at one point in our lives, have probably tried to be sophisticated. It’s a tricky state to aim for. It seems to be a combination of style, attitude, and presentation, among other things. But not everyone can achieve it. Or can they?
Sophistication may be little more than simplicity at its best. Doing great things with next to nothing is an art and truly sophisticated. If it takes multiple gadgets, layers, processes, and finances, it’s probably just an attempt at sophistication. It is just a mask. For real sophistication, whether it’s in fashion, design, or demeanor–keep it simple.