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The Meaning Behind a Fashion Statement

Fashion statements can mean a variety of things. 

  • They can be a statement of liberation, such as women wearing pants in the 1950s and 1960s. 
  • They can be statements of personality, such as funky vintage wear that reflects your aura. 
  • They can even be statements on the state of fashion, such as Jennifer Lopez's infamous belly dress.

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The Fashion Statement

A fashion statement could be defined as something original worn to make a bold statement about fashion knowledge or draw attention to oneself. 

Women who started wearing pencil skirts in the 1950s were making a bold fashion statement in their clothing, as it differed widely from the accepted fashion trends.

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What Is Personal Style?
  • Your personal style should be reflective of your likes, creativity, and lifestyle.  
  • When you develop a personal style you are curating a unique image and wardrobe that helps you to express yourself and embody the person you want to be. 
  • Your personal style is a unique combination of fashion categories (like classic, trendy, boho, etc) that encapsulates what you do, who you are, and what you like. 
  • While your style may have influences from many fashion categories, you will have one dominant fashion category.

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Wedding fashion seems to change constantly. What is in style and beautiful today is outdated within a year.

Yet, looking over the wedding dress history, a lot was the same during the last century, even though a lot was different.

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Cosmetics Of Ancient Egypt

Cosmetics can be found in most societies on earth. In ancient Egypt, men and women used cosmetic materials such as kohl and henna. Dark green, black or blue kohl was used to decorate the eyes to ward off the evil eye. Scientists now believe the lead in this makeup killed bacteria, keeping wearers healthier.

Egyptians also used castor oil as a protective balm and used creams consisting of beeswax, olive oil, rosewater and more.

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