Paper On Fashion

305 words - 2 pages

Have you ever seen an old photo of yourself and been embarrassed at the way you looked? Did we actually dress like that? We did. And we had no idea how silly we looked. And when your parents show you a photo of them when they were your age and you can see that mostly the photo was black and white, and the close that they wore w ...view middle of the document...

I've seen my mom with big puffy hair and my dad with this slicked back hair, they told me that was the style then. Don't you ever wonder what your kids are going to say when you show them a picture of yourself when you were younger, but I also think about what kind of fashion styles are going to begin when I turn to my early 40's. As you can see the topic that I chose to write about is "Fashion". When you here the word fashion what comes to your mind. I no when I here the word fashion I think about clothes. But did you no that fashion started bye art.Here are some of the styles that I found that are in. Fur is hot again. Tweed is in. Bold colors are good. Stripes, too. But those bits of information don't really help you decide what clothes to choose when you want a certain image a certain image really counts.

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