(blog can be found on empfashion.com)
Fashion is so much fun. And it is also exhausting...and nerve-wracking...and sometimes even tedious. What is the latest trend and should you go for it? Is that skirt still in style and if it isn’t, do you care? What shoes go with those pants? There comes a point in most people’s lives when keeping up with the fashion set just doesn’t appeal any longer and a noticeable signature style starts to creep in.
Over the years, urban fashion has become a leading staple in everyone’s wardrobe because it becomes an extension of your personality. However, for most men and women, looking for the right fit seems to be a big problem due to their skin color. And in today’s world where everyone seems to be too critical about one’s style, it’s either you become fashionable or a fashion victim.
Allow me to begin with three possible scenarios…
For sure, everyone among the acquaintances will remember such a woman (aunt, colleague, neighbor, girlfriend) who regularly puts on a lot of incongruous or simply tasteless jewelry. This article will focus on the most common mistakes of women who want to become more beautiful with the help of jewelry.
What if you had a forever changing closet with new styles, beautiful designer shirts and dresses without spend a dime. This may sound unrealistic but actually it’s never been so achievable.
Have you ever heard of a clothing swap? The name is somewhat self explanatory, but in a few words, it is a get together where people bring clothes or accessories they no longer want and swap them for something else. It’s a perfect way to get rid of some of those items you always think you will wear (but never do) and add something new to your wardrobe.
Now that coronavirus has gained pandemic status, wearing masks outside of a medical setting has become more popular. Regardless of your reason for wearing a mask, it is important to understand what they will protect you from, and what they won’t. Most fabric masks worn without a filter won’t offer protection from viruses, bacteria, other disease causing particles, allergens, or even scents and smells. They might reduce the exposure, but they won’t necessarily stop you from getting sick. There are a few exceptions, but as a general rule, you can still contract a virus despite wearing a mask. Furthermore, you can pick up viruses and bacteria on your clothes, and they can then enter your body once the mask has been removed.