Monthly Archives: April 2019
I’ve been obsessed with rules and boundaries all week. I talk about them at a table in a cafe, read them in comments, hear them at seminars, and discuss them with clients. Can I or can’t I? Do they or don’t they? Relate yourself to a particular type of figure and appearance? If I’m a “cold spring” type, can I wear a gold dress? How to dress a woman with children so as not to look ridiculous? What should I do if I am a “pear”? Are the systems for typing and classifying women’s types outdated? And you know what I think?
I think that in our life, and without any color typing, there are a huge number of borders. Continue reading
At the end of December, I got the idea to talk to someone really competent about a topic that, whether you like it or not, POPs up in every second (in fact, every first) discussion about fashion. In my blog, as you know, I don’t raise the topic of what the opposite sex likes (or doesn’t like). On the comment “what will men think?!”I try not to answer or respond in a lapidary way (although it doesn’t always work, so I take out an imaginary checker and start waving it around, telling them that there are too many opportunities in the XXI century to waste energy on an imaginary beauty contest in front of imaginary men).
I am genuinely outraged by articles (and even books!) about how to dress to please men. A greater concentration of nonsense on a paragraph of text can not be found, perhaps, even in the books of Vadim Zeland. Outraged questions from interviewers, who do not care whether the audience of their publication will open a new door, a new opportunity in life, after reading the thoughts of professionals, or will be left to suffer and rush around in a tight cage of “folk wisdom” and “so it is accepted”. Continue reading