Tag: clothing

the fall

the fall

This week the weather was summery, with highs in the 80s. It’s already September. On Monday I was thinking how long until the weather changed and then the next day the highs were in the 70s. The weather has changed. The kind of change where in LA you can wear shorts or not. Wear a…

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OxiClean

OxiClean

I remember watching the commercials for OxiClean when Billy Mays was still alive. The product, like any infomercial product, seemed to be a miracle product. It was magical. Billy could make you buy it, but I didn’t buy it because I didn’t have a need for it. Then, one day, I had a need for…

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balloons

balloons

Today skinny jeans are a trend, like leggings and jeggings. Trends that I have never cared about in the past, but have somehow recently found myself wearing them and feeling like I am living in the modern world. Even┬áConan wore jeggings. Yet I must admit that I’ve always cared about being fashionable. Especially while growing…

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hole-y denim

hole-y denim

A trend in denim jeans is having holes in them. Depending on your age, you may immediately think of the 80s-90s where holes in jeans were cool, just like big hair. I never got into the trend of holes in jeans unless it was made naturally through normal wear and tear. Plus they cost more…

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athleisure

athleisure

Wearing sweatpants in public is a crime in my book of fashion law unless you are actually exercising. And usually you don’t exercise in malls if you are under 60 years old (although there’s always exceptions). However, things all changed a couple years ago when I was at H&M and saw these baggy elastic-band pants…

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wrapping

wrapping

Previously: necks. Today: scarves The best thing about winter is wearing scarves. I don’t recall wearing or owning a scarf until I lived on the east coast, where the wind is bitterly cold and the snowfall can get inside your coat unless all entry points between coat and skin are closed off with overlapping warm…

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