The Great Gatsby Trend

With the premiere of the movie The Great Gatsby approaching on us, a new trend is likely to emerge. We discussed this trend in our trend analysis class and I was quite interested to see it for myself. While researching on the Internet, I found a new set desire in my heart to become this fabulous.

Think short hair with cloches. Think classic yet glamorous outfits. Think 1920’s!

The movie’s stylist, Catherine Martin [www.huffingtonpost.com], dresses the characters in her “modern take” on the 1920’s fashion and portrays what I consider a classic, powerful woman.

Photo credit: http://www.huffingtonpost.com – Hulton Archive/Warner Bros.

Photo credit: http://www.huffingtonpost.com – Hulton Archive/Warner Bros.

Photo credit: http://www.huffingtonpost.com – Hulton Archive/Warner Bros.

I’ve seen this trend already emerging in our stores and lives, which is no surprise to me. As women in our modern society, we have become powerful and strong. We fight for what we believe in and demand value for everything we give in this life. We love, we care, we support and we provide. So why not dress powerful and sexy at the same time? Why not look as classy as we really are?

Photo credit: wwwdisability.at.au

Photo credit: forum.fok.nl

Photo credit: glamourdaze.com

Photo credit: thisnext.com

Therefore MyBFF’s, if you are ready to show your true colours and that you believe in yourself, it’s time to start this movement. Don’t be scared. Give your modern take on this fashion trend of the 1920’s and be the girl who the guys desire and the girls want to be…

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

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    May 28, 2012 @ 01:51:12

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