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
There are things that are undeservedly not listed in the list of clothes that can not be worn. I have already written about them. And there are things that, on the contrary, were written into tasteless completely undeservedly. You just need to be able to wear these things and combine them with others. They will set you apart from the crowd and create a fashionable and bold image when served correctly. (By the way, girls who make a huge number of big and small fashion mistakes, including wearing “grandma’s” Soviet gold, tight leather boots with stilettos in combination with an office skirt, and huge gold “medals” on bags, are usually especially zealous against leopard and sequins.) So how to wear sequins, leopard, feathers and leather trousers, skirts and dresses? 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