The process of learning about fashion, exploring different styles of mine truly brought joy into my life

Keywords: fashion , self love , authenticity , body positivity , confidence , mental health , selflove , style , wellness

It was the journey to finding that aesthetic, the style that speaks to me that made me feel much more confident and powerful about myself and my body.

https://katchingvibeswithkat.com/2020/10/22/can-fashion-connect-to-self-love

History of Stripes: From fashion to food packaging, the humble stripe is one pattern with timeless appeal

Keywords: home, lifestyle

Few patterns have enjoyed such longstanding, universal appeal as the iconic stripe. Yet, despite its seemingly modest design, this linear shape has been a catalyst for social outrage as well as a symbol of emancipation and acceptance. From the medieval period up to modern day, there’s a rich history that can be gleaned from reading between these ever-changing lines.

https://petitapetit.co.uk/2020/02/06/blurred-lines-a-brief-history-of-stripes

Clothes that let you go out free

How to, how to style, lifehacks, lifestyle

Retro Girl's guide

We love wearing fancy clothes and dressing up. We all also love doing that extra bit for the daily routine to stand out. However, the one that I can literally say on behalf of all the girls is “WE HATE WEARING BRAS“. If you are a girl, you already know it, if you are a guy, make sure you know it. The underwires, the pads, the straps, everything sucks. However, as much as we know this, we also know, it is almost a mandate. But, what if I say, it’s not? Yes, you read it right, my girl. You can walk out without wearing a bra and people would not even notice. And, I assure you, you would look as flawless as always with genuinely no extra efforts. All you have to do is pick the right material and cloth.

Note: This guide is only for occasions or…

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Yes, We Really Wore That: 1987

1980s, Beauty, Fashion, Fun, Funny, History, Humor, Nostalgia, Photography, Pics, Style, Vintage

I Don't Get It

Meg’s Sweet Shoppe, UT Austin

Yes. All those geometric figures and unnecessary flaps, bangled belts, and denim tops.

Yes. Popped collars.

Omega Psi Phi

Flintstone Barbies.

Acacia Cave Party

David Byrne meets Max Headroom.

Lois Richwine & Jesse Sublett by Jim Sigmon

Um, no. I never wore that. What IS that? Is it dead? Is it ruffles? He is speechless.

credit: Daniel Byram

He wishes he could unsee it. But he can’t.

It’s already been seen.

Black Health Professional Organization Eye Chart

All images from 1987 UT Austin Cactus.

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