hi again everyone,
guess i'll be in touch so damn close to this blog again, i have my internet connection fixed and payed :)
i'm actually not having particular things to write , but i recently got along with an odd thought of fashion attitude . i'm not a fashion expert neither a good stylist and thankfully neither a fashion victim (i hope so). i believe that fashion belongs to everyone , everyone, no exception. no matter how tiny, tall, skinny or fatty is someone, fashion stays there.
now, the thing is, if it's true, that fashion belongs to everyone, then why do runways and magazines only employ skinny models ? i mean, it's not the weight issue that i try to highlight here, i mean, those role models come in fashion with that boney-body-structure that makes fashion-dogmas, fashion-trends which are only good to be worn by the skinny or by the tall, but not for those pretty fatty or pretty tiny girls. those pretty girls can see how "not runway either not magazine" they are, but insanely still adapt those model-looks into them, and those "good-on-skinny" clothes are worn by those who don't fit them so well, and baaaam : disaster.
i, sometimes put a pity smile on those who hardly try to adapt those "good-on-skinny" clothes into them, the more over, when i see a pair of skinny jeans can't pass over the ankles and worse they get ripped on the hips. why do they have to insist ? there are pants that don't hurt them. or seeing the tinies who put on killer heels, though those pairs hurt them on the feet. people, fashion doesn't hurt you, never. fashion should please you , indeed :)
what i'm getting at is : come fashion industry, employ various models, not only the skinny ones. or the tall ones!
show people,show us, that fashion is definitely belongs to everyone. thus,everybody has role models to influence their fashion statements. thus, no fashion victim, no ripped-on-hips skinny pants, no body looks ugly in fashion they have choosen. fashion should make everybody look better. isn't it the essential of having fashion in you, everyone?