Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Glamour versus Style

Glamour is great, but why doesn't anybody recognize a person for his or her *unique* style? Stealing a look from the runway doesn't require any thought whatsoever. People should be given props for putting together a fabulous ensemble on their own. No one who has her ensemble chosen for her should be raved about for "her" look. Her stylist is the one who did all the work. Likewise, a boldly unconventional - yet tasteful - tux or suit is by far more appealing than the James Bond-doppelganger, carbon-copy crap that most men choose for black tie-events.

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