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Life of Colleen: Wardrobe meanderings part 1

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Wardrobe meanderings part 1
posted by Colleen Shirazi on Saturday, October 4, 2008 at 12:01 AM (Pacific)

I'm too tired to make much sense tonight, but I'll bet you haven't seen this video. It's pretty cool.

Here's what I started to write:

In our capitalist society, we tend to get two diametrically opposed dictates about style and fashion. One is that we are to be individuals, and know ourselves intimately, and choose only items which flatter. Sounds great, but everything we're bombarded with in our media is based purely on sales, and has little if anything to do with the individual. In fact we are pushed to conform, by the majority of what we see.

...yeah but, what else is new? Have a great evening. I'll try to come up with something better tomorrow.

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