Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Piercing All In the Name of Fashion

It has never ceased to amaze me how we often take everything to the extremes in order to be the best of the best when it come to making a fashion statement.

Take for instance the new fashion trend of piercings. At first it was that everyone had to have his or her ears pierced. Then it turned into more than one hole in each ear. When did it go from three to ten.? That's right, I have seen many women with as many as ten holes in each ear. Now that is a little extreme.

Then the start of piercing the lips, nose, nipples, belly button and who knows what else also became fashionable. I have heard rumors, and I am sure you have too! And lets not forget the tongue. How can anyone pierce their tongue. I hate to even get a blister on my tongue, it is so painful, indeed.
Not to mention the amount of jewelry that is needed to compliment all of these holes in the body. It makes it so unimportant to get a pair of earrings when you actually needed 10 pairs. Or how do you find a ring for someones belly button? I have yet to go into a department store and see a display for them.The fact is this is making it awfully hard to figure out those who are just ordinary folks from the ones that are bikers, or punk rockers, or just plain thugs. Everyone seems to be getting into this fad.

What are these folks going to do when they turn 50 or 60 years old and all of those holes are letting out some of the good nutrients and letting in a lot of germs. It is difficult enough to stay healthy without putting holes in your body that can become infected or just be a nuisance when it comes to hygiene and proper body care.

I hope these folks think of this when they are standing in the mall trying to think of another place to put an extra hole in their bodies.

Next I'll have to think about tattoos, which is another crazy idea. Not only is it painful, but how awful it must look on an old swiveled up body. That's something to look forward to as a senior citizen, a wrinkled Betty Bop, or Mickey Mouse, or Snake all over your back and belly. And what are Belly Pockets? You can read about it, if you'd like. Just Click the book title on your left. You'll say Wow!

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What happened to good Fashion Sense when it comes to our bodies? How can one be so particular about clothes and careless about their bodies? Do you have piercings? How about tattoos?

P.S. I have three holes in each ear....Cool huh?

Saturday, April 2, 2011

How's Your Fashion Sense?

The word "Fashion" usually applies to an expression and often applies to a personal expression that may or may not apply to all. In society the words "fashionable" and "unfashionable" are used to describe whether someone or something fits into the current popular fashion culture.

The term "fashion" is frequently used in a positive sense, as a synonym for glamour and style. In this sense, fashions are an art through which a culture examines its notions of beauty and goodness. The term "fashion" is also sometimes used in a negative sense, as a synonym for fads, trends, and materialism. Fashion is a term usually used to describe what everyone is wearing or doing at a given time.

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One of the main reasons I wanted to produce a web site pertaining to fashion was to keep up with the current trends for my own personal style and preferences. I have gone shopping on numerous occasions and found myself very disappointed with the current trends in fashion. Every style does not compliment every individual's body shape, taste or fashion sense. How's your fashion sense?

If you are like me, you don't want to spend a lot of time or money updating your closets with the comings and goings of each and every fashion trend. Choosing your particular style should be at the top of your agenda. Once you have developed your own style, you become a fashion setter, instead of following one trend after another. Clothes are a statement that we make about ourselves and we each need to have a fashion statement of our own.

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Friday, April 1, 2011

How to Always Have "Something to Wear"

Here's How:

  1. Stop impulse buying. Every $10 mistake you would have picked up in the bargain bin goes to a really great fashion wardrobe.
  2. In the first step of cleaning out your closet, eliminate everything that doesn't fit or that you haven't worn in a year.
  3. A few weeks later, go back and get rid of all the stuff you fudged on the first time around.
  4. With what's left, begin identifying a theme to your wardrobe, relying on favorite looks, colors and lifestyle pieces.
  5. Decide on three colors that either match or will coordinate with what you own and buy only those three colors for apparel.
  6. Establish a workable budget.
  7. Make a "Most Wanted" list of all the items you need in your wardrobe. (For example: solid blazer, wool pants, white shirt)
  8. Set aside an hour of time each week to shop -- online or off -- to buy the items you put on your "Most Wanted" list.
  9. Avoid trendy items.
  10. Buy fashionable, but timeless clothing that will span two to three seasons -- like wool crepe or matte jersey.
  11. Purchase only clothes that work with something that you already own.
  12. Pass on anything that doesn't fit -- no matter how great a buy.
  13. Try to add only one or two well-thought out items per month.
  14. Add punchy color and trendiness with accessories, shoes and handbags.


  1. Ignore that advice about buying "the best" of everything. Regardless of how well-made a garment is, moths, coffee spills and kids take their toll. Never choose between a mortgage payment and a cashmere sweater.
  2. Try to plan your wardrobe around three neutral colors like black, white, khaki, navy or brown.
  3. Buy more solids than prints - you won't get tired of them as quickly.  
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