Bin those flats, put that comfortable sweater in the attic and pack away those cute stud earrings.
Because Vogue magazine is suggesting we need to ditch comfort this Spring!
An article by the world-famous fashion publication suggests we may have become a little overly-fond of our comfortable clothing and accessories over the course of the Covid-19 lockdown.
Christian Allaire says:
Pre-pandemic, the idea of “comfort dressing” never really crossed my mind. At the office, I’d always dress to impress, gravitating towards constricting trousers or blazers in which I could barely move my arms. After work, I’d then meet a few friends for happy hour drinks and slip into some Cuban heeled boots, tight pants, and a clingy top that would itch and scratch me all night. Ah, memories.
Now, however, they suggest we get out of our comfort zone (so to speak!) and embrace the less-functional.
Comfort be gone! Vogue lists four trends we should be embracing this spring:
- Skyscraper Heels
- Doorknocker Earrings
- Tight, Taut Pants
Vogue market editor Rachel Besser, says it’s time to bust out the going-out heels, corsets, and slinky tops again.
This past year, I didn’t want to think about, let alone feel, my clothes on my body as I spent my days cooped up at home. Now, with reemergence on the horizon, I have found myself craving the antithesis of comfort-first clothes. I want to wear clothes I can physically feel on my body again.
What do you think?
Are we ready?
Read the full Vogue article HERE
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