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but follows religiously the new." Henry is suggesting that people mimic of and make fun of past fashions but as soon as they come into fashion again they feel they must wear it, and be a part of the trend. It can be applied in different ways, for example a woman looking back at a picture of herself in the 80's and laughing at the fashion sense, but then seeing that type of clothing being sold in shops. Or it may be that someone watched an old documentary from the 70's and questioned their loud crazy clothing but then went to Topshop and bought heavily psychodelic printed leggins,There are endless example of this ... Henry David Thoreau wrote this quote in his book 'Walden' in 1854... The Fashion Cycle Fashion Quote Leggings - Henry David Thoreau Henry David Thoreau is best known for his book Walden, a reflection upon simple living in natural surroundings, and his essay Civil Disobedience, an argument for individual resistance to civil government in moral opposition to an unjust state. Henry David Thoreau was born on July 12, 1817, in Concord, Massachusetts. He was a philosopher and creative artist, naturalist and also an antislavery activist. David Henry Thoreau flapper dresses are from
the 1920's they were traditionallly worn by show girls or rich women.
I personally don't like flapper dresses because i feel they give the female body an unflattering shape. They do not fit to the womans natural form. However flapper dresses have come back into fashion, high street shops like Topshop have bought them back into fashion.
They have been seen on celebrities including Kate Moss. Jumpsuits & Flares In the 1850s, the domed skirts of the 1840s continued to expand. Skirts were made fuller by means of flounces (deep ruffles), usually in tiers of three, gathered tightly at the top and stiffened with horsehair braid at the bottom. 1850's clothing was characterised by an increase in the width of women's skirts, which was supported by large hoops. Similar dresses are seen in fashion today, for example designer Deng Hao Alexander McQueen My favourite designer is also inspired by 1850's fashion. McQueen used crinoline in his spring/summer 2012 show. Jumpsuits were first made in the 1920's but became the most popular in the 70's. The 70's were all about prints, however when jumpsuits made a comeback last summer they were more understated, with sublte prints or flat colours.
I am a fan of jumpsuits because i feel they are very versatile, you can glam them up with accessories and heels and wear it on a night out or wear it to the beach for example with sandals 1920's jumpsuit Singer Rihanna is a big fan of jumpsuits The original garment of leggings resides in the eighties era when celebrities such as Olivia Newton John and other chart topping bands helped to make it acceptable to wear fitness wear as everyday wear. Seen throughout an array of music videos, neon bright fitness wear was worn by everyone. Due to the rise of the garment in the eighties, many believe that the trend should stay in that era and should not be derived and brought into the present.
They are frequently seen as a children's garment as they allow great ease of movement. They are also worn a lot by gym goers and many of the top brands have created leggings with absorbing qualities.Leggings have also now been targeting at a younger more fashionable market. With prints and patterns Most products have a fashion life cycle. This means that a product may be at the height of fashion one year, maybe five years later be rejected by that current generation, and then another 10 years later be at the height of fashion again and even see as vintage style.