The young general [Luke] sat on the edge of his desk, head lowered and hands clasped before him. He wore close-fitting civilian clothing of a somber black, very much in the style his celebrated father had made famous.
Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor by Matthew Stover
Basically, Anakin turned black into fashion trend :D
besides the obv sexism the biggest reason i hate those “fashion trends men hate but women love” articles is because where do cishet men get off thinking they know things about fashion? like oh I’m sorry I didn’t realize that wearing an obey snapback and cum stained jeans your mom bought you from jc penny back in 2008 made you a style expert tell me more about your criticisms of the latest trends
“Style is a way of saying who you are, without having to speak”
Everyone single person has a different sense in fashion. Whether you think double denim is the way to go in every single situation or whether you wear flower crowns on a daily basis- it doesn’t matter. Fashion is all about individuality. Here are some trends I love and hope will be around for as long as time goes.
1. Girly Prep
Whenever I see stars like Camila Cabello or Ariana Grande sporting their signature ‘girly prep’ style, I instantly feel inspired. I love wearing collared shirts and hair bows and I love seeing other people wear it aswell. It looks so good!
2. Pastel Perfection
I love the pastel colour trend. Seriously, a pastel blue two piece dress with lace fringing? Perfection.
3. Baseball Beauty.
If you ever see pictures of Zendaya in magazines, you’ll see her awesome tomboy like, hip hoppy style. I think an outfit of light denim boyfriend jeans, a baggy baseball shirt, white converse sneakers and a chunky watch is super on trend and such a cool look
Happiness is… Having your own style! Until Next Wednesday… Have Happy Thoughts xx
I'd love to hear about a historical fashion trend you really enjoy.
Similar to the previous question but I think I can open this up to like, accessories and shoes and stuff, right?
So, one thing I LOVE is men’s high heels??? Specifically the kind of shoes one saw in the 17th century. I think like, the high heels of the 18th century are nice but they a) got less high and b) men stated to favour square-toed shoes which I loathe. Pointed high heels on foppish 17th century courtiers really is the dream. I think they look so elegant, so poised.