Gameday rivals and teams may vary across the country, but one thing that is consistent across
the country is that it’s so much fun dressing up to rep your home team! Whether you’re in the
North or the South, on the East Coast or the West, tailgating or standing on the sidelines, we’ve
curated 7 gameday essentials for every football fan’s wardrobe.
This month’s London Fashion week has attracted more than the customary well-dressed crowd. With coverage of protests and media murmurings of clothing boycotts, it does feel as though fashion is being hung out to dry. Accusations of environmental destruction and the lack of model diversity along with questionable ethics are being spun into the spotlight. This month also marked the ten-year anniversary of Alexander McQueen’s death and so added the potent pressure of clothing production to the industries already ravaged reputation. Although it is about time that all these factors are brought to the forefront so that fashion can evolve with our more moral external environment, I can’t deny the joy and power that fashion possesses.
First and foremost, the term colorism means discrimination towards an individual based on skin color usually within the same race. The fashion world is a great example of colorism, it still showcases dark skin as taboo which results in discrimination within the community and from the fashion industry.
There's been a heated discussion online recently questioning whether or not women need bras. Some were in favor of a bra, saying that it gives their body form and support, others are against a bra, stating that they put comfort before beauty. This got me thinking … what if we all put comfort before beauty. What do we do in the morning?
So you go to the department store for a button-up shirt, and you think I want a nice button-up shirt, and then you pick up three shirts, and all of the collars are different. Why? What does it matter? A dress shirt is just a shirt, right? Wrong. Listen up here. You beginner, those aren't just any collar shirts they have names! Kind of, look at it like you are going to the meat market and you the butcher says what do you want? And you say meat; the butch looks at you and says what kind of meat? Would you say meat is meat? I was hoping you wouldn't answer that. I will answer it for you. No, same with what goes around your neck. When it comes to dress shirts and details, the right collar is one of the principal assessments you will have to make.