I think it’s safe to say that everyone has encountered an experience where they felt the need to defend the importance of something they loved. It’s a fact of life that we might all face, and it is necessary to both teach and learn about why people believe particular things are important to expand our naturally tunneled vision, ranging from your favorite TV show to an excellent and insightful book or a social cause. Assuming you came across this article because you agree or disagree with the topic of the title, I would like to give you some insight on the topic as to why fashion is more than clothes.
People have very different opinions on whether you need to go to a fashion school or major in a fashion degree in order to be best prepared for entering that kind of industry. I have found there to a be a select number of places online to find quality information about the odds and ends of fashion and the industry. Today I will be sharing with you a few places to start.
Let’s me start off with a little dictionary description for you if you have never heard of or have any idea what “model off duty” even means. “Model Off Duty” (noun): a. the casual yet fashion forward look a model often wears on her days off; b. the effortless style a model styles for herself. Make sense? Models just seem to have this effortless, cool girl look that you and I could achieve as well. Taking inspiration from top model’s off duty looks, today I am share the essentials you need for achieving the model off duty look for yourself.
Are you a lover of all things aesthetically pleasing or minimalistic? This is for you. Whether it’s school supplies or room decorations, I find aesthetic to make a big difference in how I do my work. Have a clean and simple work spake can prevent destractions and having fun artwork can keep me inspired. Whatever your taste, here are a few things you can do for a minimalistic and chic year at school.