By Jen Marie May 14, Here in America, we, as a society, have a tendency to jump to quick and very vocal judgments in the name of propriety. Without a doubt, one area where this has been painfully obvious for decades is the public shaming of women who wear revealing clothes. Of course, this is really a worldwide issue, and more than likely, if you're a woman, you've encountered the effects of these judgments personally. Whether you've been told by a parent that you simply won't be allowed out of the house in a skirt that short, reprimanded by an educator or leader in your religious community for being too suggestive in your apparel choices, or informed by a heckler that your clothing is making them feel a certain way, you know the sting of implications made about your personal worth based upon how you've chosen to explore fashion. What's truly unfortunate is that while many people operate from and hide behind the guise of being helpful or protective, they fail to recognize that, for men and women alike, fashion is a form of self-expression, and just as an artist's style grows and adapts over many years, so does our sense of personal style. Recently, I found myself sincerely concerned with a post made by an old high school friend on Facebook.
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Original: Apr 2, In a recent piece for T magazine, Suzy Menkes heralds the end of what she calls a "decade of slut style," and a return to modesty on the runways. Yeah, we had a thing or two to say about that. But if history is any indication, provocative fashion is nothing new and not going anywhere anytime soon. Click through to read our brief account of fashion's most revealing moments through the ages. What got people riled up sometimes just a glimpse of ankle —and what didn't a whole lotta cleavage in the s —might surprise you. Of course, Puritanical types eschewed these styles, and by the Victorian era, it was deemed inappropriate for women to flaunt their bosoms.
I put "slut" in quotation marks. I'm not calling your wardrobe "slutty" in a sexist, misogynistic or horrendous mean-girl way. It's actually a compliment, babes. I've kindly reclaimed the word "slut" on this bright and cheery Monday.