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Posted by lifestylehunters | Inspiration | December 29, 2011

Taboo Fashion


The inspiration for the subject of this post is following one of my christmas gifts. The gift is something I have been looking for, for quite a while. You probably all recognize the situation, of loving a special item and the fact you see this item in 1000 variants, but it doesn’t meet the requirements you have in mind. My search for the perfect see-through blouse ended at the Acne store. I saved the search for Santa and told him to go this store, he listened and I was one of the happiest girls when I saw the yellow Acne box under the Christmas tree. See-through clothing was a must seen on a lot of runways and in a lot of collections this FW11/12 season. From designers like Louis Vuitton, Gucci and my favorite Givenchy till fashion chains such as Asos, Zara, H&M and Forever 21. We could not imagine years ago, that this type of garment has become a trend nowadays. Before the 1980s, see-through cloting was a taboo even in the celebrity and fashion seen. The trend changed in the late 1980s by the manipulation of television soap series Dynasty and Dalles. Brooke Shields, Cindy Crawford and not to mention Demi Moore were major contributors of this sexy garment. Do you remember the movie Striptease were Demi was wearing see-through lingerie? It seems that this was and still is considered as of the best on screen see through appearances of all times. And the garment is still making developments. A few years ago we already saw a lot of see-through but only tops and blouses.  Nowadays it’s extended to everything from pants, to dresses and skirts. To create the statement look for 2011/2012 there are actually no rules for whether to wear sheer clothing, the only thing you have to keep in mind is, how to wear it. Sheer fashion is about showing something off. The Hunters are big fans of see-trough fashion, we love te wear it. I like the multifunctionality of this garment. You can wear it casual during the day, with now for the cold winter days in combination with a knitted cardigan or a blazer and for the evening when you go out for drinks or dinner the only thing you have to do is to take off the cardigan.

 


 
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