We have big problems with office style in our country. Let’s start with the fact that no one really knows what it is, so everyone puts their own. On the one hand, under almost every post about clothing, you can find a couple of dozen outraged comments saying that “you can’t go to the office like this! We have a dress code! (as can be without tights, as can be so vividly, this bad tone and camping on D.)”. On the other hand, for office clothes (the same people, as I assume) take a good tight figure dress-case, often decorated with “modest” details in the form of ruffles, turn-down collars and sleeves-lanterns, a rather relaxed-looking blouse with a giant bow (and sometimes the blouse is also transparent, and under it a bra in plain sight) and a skirt with a playful flounce. Continue reading
I thought: it can’t be that only fashion magazines are to blame for the fact that, following their advice, it is impossible to learn how to dress well and modernly. There can be no such thing as a mouthpiece designed to convey the latest fashion trends to the interested masses, so consistently (and, apparently, maliciously-otherwise, how to explain such a result?) misrepresented information. Surely we, as readers, also make some mistakes in the process of perception of information. It is worth thinking about it a little, and it turns out that, Yes, and readers are not without sin.
Is this how we read the magazine? Continue reading