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What Did You Wear To Prom?

By Jane Kenton

As many things in the world come and go into fashion, there are a few things that will never leave. A grilled cheese sandwich, peanut butter and jelly, good manners and respect are examples are things that will always be fashionable, no matter what the times may bring. Although some of these things are obvious and extremely recognized, such as the grilled cheese sandwich, other things such as manner are more subtle and not noticed as much, although just as classic.

People become peculiar where it concerns fashion and it just takes a few individuals to start a fashion. Individuals have been guilty of adhering to some pretty wacky trends during this last few decades and there are millions of people who wish that they had gone with an outfit a bit more traditional for prom or senior pictures. You can’t criticize young people for hoping to fit in when it has to do with trends and styles, but there are a number of things which are more classic that never go out of style.

Many looks and cuts of apparel may possibly come into fashion and pass right back out and the way people wear the clothing will probably differ, yet classic constantly looks good despite what age it’s from. An example can be the classic polo type pullover. Regardless of which label you choose, they’re all basically the same in fit and style. Except if you have a polo shirt that’s over five years old and match it to one bought at the store just recently. You will find that the cut is considerably more form fitting and tight. The shirt is designed more to hug the body as opposed to the looser fits of the past. Even though the size on the tag affirms that the two shirts are the equal size, they don’t necessarily fit the same on account of how they are cut.

Now a days, individuals tend to lean towards the snug look, instead of the baggy look that was adapted over the last few years. Despite this, the basic style of the polo remains the same, and therefore each will remain classic throughout the years. One of the largest issues with fashion is that they trends seem to go as fast as they come, and many of them serve no purpose expect to draw attention to oneself and feel as if they are part of the “in crowd”

This type of trend is where a lot of individuals get into trouble simply because they take on something that would have been better left alone. These fads typically begin with a cause and function, perhaps it’s environment or ethnic in inception, however after traveling to various other areas of the country or world, they can look plain ridiculous.

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