Dress for yourself: Chic and Cruelty-Free

Our society has always been obsessed with skin – showing it and suppressing it. Years ago Vogue wrote articles about looking feminine and matronly in long skirts and shoulder-covering blouses. In America, at least, it wasn’t until the 60s that barely-there fashions became a societal norm. Hemlines became shorter, midriffs got draftier, and with women’s rights came a liberation to dress and act how we wanted without male approval. It was an amazing time that led to fun fashion trends that  ...

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