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News From Pandemonium Millinery

 

Fall is here!

 While thinking about how fast this summer has flown by and disappeared, it’s also time to think about fall/winter fashion tendencies.  Actually, it is exactly the right time to start thinking about it (if not a little late), because before getting out there and starting shopping, we need to take some time to do a little research. 

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Your creativity is your largest resource!

 So, if your budget does not meet it with a similar capacity that’s totally OK.  Fashion is something that circles around in time and that means something new is often something old. Old is easy to find in many places –grandma’s closet, thrift stores, flea markets. Another good thing about fashion trends is that they tend to stay around long enough to let you discover exciting pieces when they end up in outlet stores.

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Just half a year ago even the most talented designers wouldn’t be able to predict that the main accessory of 2020, through who knows when, would become a face mask. Covering half of the face was not in anybody’s plans. The accessory that gives you so much discomfort – not showing your lips anymore, not being able to wear lipstick, not to mention how unpleasant it is to breathe. Part of me wonders if face masks will significantly affect lipstick sales...

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Fashion struggled during Covid-19 times, along with many other industries. So did fashion shoppers that consider shopping as a form of legitimate therapy. I myself am very much in need of that therapy, at least one session a week, with an ending that includes my very satisfied face and a couple of sizable shopping bags in hand. Something fresh and new is always exciting and there for, most of the time my whole wardrobe starts spinning around those couple new items a week...

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