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Spring Transition Fashion: Gothic Punk

In Spring Fashion, Uncategorized by Always Uttori

Fashion seems to want the advent of spring to be light, airy, and flowery. Heck, I’d like that too, but that’s a false spring. There’s a reason for the old Farmer’s Almanac saying: March roars in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.  The transition to spring, for which the first day was three days ago, March 20th …

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Spring Passion: The Victorian Punk

In FASHstyle, Outfit of the Day by Always Uttori

It’s time to punk-if-y Monday’s dark Victorian romance look. The great thing about punk fashion is that there are so many iterations of it, which lends itself well to customizing punk style to your personal aesthetics. While Victorian style + punk may bring to mind steampunk, if you don’t place too much focus on incorporating retro and steam technology into …

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Spring Fashion: A Victorian Romance

In FASHstyle, Spring Fashion by Always Uttori

We’re kicking off our month of paradoxical romantic/punk fashion with inspiration from the Victorian era. And while everyone is ready to do light-colored fashion for spring, our colors will remain darker as we cover dark romantic and punk style. Due to advancements in technology and economic growth in England under the rule of Queen Victoria, fashion was able to flourish. …

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Spring Fashion: Prepping for Punk

In FASHstyle, Outfit of the Day by Always Uttori

It’s a new month and a new fashion theme. This month, we will be highlighting the contrast between romance and punk fashion. In my mind, it’s an interesting contrast that plays to the INTJ’s love of paradoxes. Look at it this way: the INTJ, though quiet, is the opposite of malleable. Instead, they are individualistic. Some might call it rebellion, …

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INTJ Fashion Trend Report for 2017

In FASHstyle by Always Uttori

Photo Credit: Bill Diodato – 500187635. gettyimages.com Whether you noticed it, or not, there were several big fashion shifts in 2016. I’m not talking about the usual suspects: color, hemlines, or material usage. I’m talking major industry-wide changes, such as fast fashion moving from trend to established business model; the rise of conscious, sustainable fashion; user-generated content with influencer marketing; and …