Fashion has always had its leaders, from style icons like
Twiggy in the 1960s to Kate Moss of the 1990s. These icons have shaped the
tastes of a decade, sometimes a generation, showing consumers what’s in and
what’s not. But as the Internet became more of a daily presence and the advent
of social media led to shifts in consumer habits, fashion has begun to change.
Social media has become an almost inescapable part of our
daily lives. Ever since the emergence of social media platforms in the late
90s, modern society has learned to connect and communicate in ways that would
have almost seemed impossible decades before. Social media influences the way
we speak, the music we listen to, where we travel, what we eat, and what we
wear— and at the forefront of that are the influencers.
Approximately 80% of vision impairment is easily preventable with proper care. With climate change and global warming becoming a very visible reality, many tropical areas will have longer, sunnier dry spells. If you want to protect against eye-related diseases, then here’s a list of ten reasons why you should be wearing the right pair of shades.
No matter what the occasion, everyone enjoys a nice seaside getaway. Although relaxing by the beach is most people’s ideal vacation, spending time under the sun and in the sea can do some considerable damage to your hair. Bustle notes that overexposure to saltwater, along with sun exposure, can wreak havoc on your hair. We all know about how important good sunscreen is for your skin, but you might not be too familiar with how to protect your hair as well. Here are some reasons why taking extra care of your roots and scalp might be a good idea when you’re planning a beach trip.
When it comes to clothing, there are certain things that you just can’t compromise on. Color, style, price, quality— each of these things might be essential when it comes to picking the right piece for you, but at the same time, these all have a workaround.
Your shirt only comes in orange? Build the rest of your
outfit’s palette around it. Those distressed jeans looking a bit too wear and
tear for your liking? Move on to the next pair. That jacket you’ve been lusting
after ending up too heavy on your wallet? That’s what membership points, credit
cards, and deferred payments are for. The seams on that skirt looking a little
lose? Luckily there’s another shop across the street that offers the same look
at better quality for a decent price.
Every problem has a solution when you’re clothes shopping,
but unfortunately some problems are a little tougher to fix than others. There’s
nothing that feels more like a truly personal blow than walking into a clothing
store, finding an outfit that hits all of the marks— perfect color, hip style,
affordable price, and good quality— but misses one of the most important ones: