Whether we like it or not, we are living in a society that is divided into different classes. The high class in the low class. The upper class and the underclass. But no matter which class you’re in, it’s good to know the symbology and lifestyle that suggests the high life.

It’s not a bad idea to recognize high-end jewelry, expensive clothing, entertainment habits of the rich and famous, and the applicability of freedom of movement. Even if you never make it yourself to the upper echelons of clastic society, at least being aware of what the indicators are will make you a more well-rounded individual.

High-End Jewelry

If you see people wandering around wearing high-end jewelry, then you know they are a part of at least the financial elite. Middle and lower classes of people don’t wear expensive jewelry because it doesn’t make sense within the greater spectrum of budgeting. It makes no difference to rich people if they’re willing to spend many extra thousands of dollars on a hunk of metal or a gem. And you can appreciate them for that sense of abstraction. But you can also learn to recognize the brands that create high-end jewelry, at least for your own curiosity’s sake.

Expensive Clothing

Another facet of people who have a lot of money or clout is the fact that they will wear designer clothing. The brands that typical people see in malls or stores around them are all well and good. But when you get into the upper echelons of society, it’s a whole new ballgame. Suddenly the brands are different. The styles are different. The looks are different. And everything is 5000 times more expensive. But just because it’s out of your reach, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t learn to recognize the designers and the designs.



Entertainment Habits

And how about the entertainment habits of people who live the high life? These are the people that get bottle service. They are the ones that can buy backstage passes to all of the concerts that they go to. They can afford to throw their own parties. It all goes hand-in-hand with having that expendable money.

Freedom of Movement

Another thing that money allows is freedom of movement. If you have enough money that you can buy a plane or train ticket on a whim, then you can really go wherever you want, whenever you want. If you notice that a certain person has this freedom of movement, that they can stop on a dime and change the plans to go somewhere else whenever they feel like it, then that’s an indicator of someone who is independently wealthy. It’s something to shoot for in our own lives as well.