Monthly Archives: June 2018
Recently, someone’s column came across the phrase: the boundaries of good and bad taste are determined by everyone individually for themselves and in no other way. It’s an obvious idea, but I couldn’t come to it on my own after three years of discussions in this blog about what is beautiful and what is not. Of course, I have formed an opinion on many issues of appearance. And, of course, for the reader, my “postulates” are true only if he finds reasons (at the level of logic or just sensations) to agree with them. So, my personal watershed in terms of good and bad taste can be determined, including on the basis of the choice of headwear. Continue reading
How, after all, it’s a shame that the biggest hotbeds of the most Terry tasteless are in places that women automatically (and absolutely mistakenly) perceive as the focus of some kind of expertise on beauty and style.
In a clothing store, a woman is somehow wary. How not to buy low-quality, ugly (unfeminine, babsky, cold, hot, etc.). Consultants listen only half-hearted (it is clear that they would only sell). And in General, in a fashionable mass market, this consultant still needs to manage to catch, not that questions should be asked about your appearance. This does not mean that women leave clothing stores completely beautiful and hung with packages with exceptionally successful purchases. Continue reading