Hey there Fashomistas! Isn’t it crazy how you can dress and accessorize according to your zodiac?! We are in the zodiac of the Pisces right now. Pisces is from February 19th – March 20th. Pisces are known to be the most emotional and expressive zodiac there is. Pisces is the natural mermaid of all the signs. Pisces is the free-spirit, the hippie, the bohemian babe. Pisces is a water sign and loves going with the flow and not being restricted.
You can guess the Pisces probably don’t like pencil skirts or body con anything. You are better off catching a Pisces in a flowy sundress or a breezy A-line skirt. If a Pisces were to wear pants they would probably care for palazzos, flares, or bell bottoms. Pisces love to be free. The fewer accessories and layers of clothing, the better to them. They definitely don’t want to be weight down by heavy garments. You could catch Pisces in chiffon, jersey, cotton, silk/satin, etc.
Pisces love to feel and look otherworldly. They love pearlescent or iridescent garbs. Pisces love blues and purples of all hues, shades, and tints. It reminds them of the water. Pisces are no strangers to patterns. Pisces love to mix and match both patterns and colors. Pisces love complementary and analogous colors. Remember Pisces are free-spirited and something similar to a bohemian. Pisces is the zodiac sign that is said to have inspired Coachella. Think Solange in the Cranes in the Sky music video.
Pisces can be stuck in the 70s in their style. The 70s was a time of crazy prints, breezy dresses/skirts, and flared out pants. The 70s is a blur to most everyone, but we know as far as fashion is concerned it was a time of emancipation and invigoration. You can bet you could find a Pisces back in those days burning bras for feminism. A Pisces these days probably (on the more casual side when not at work) goes without a bra depending on the top. You would think that the Pisces would be an air sign and an Aquarius would be a water sign, but they are exactly the opposite. There is just something so free and passive about the water sign that is just not in the more controlled and somewhat aggressive air sign.
Clothes are not some pieces of material you cover your body with, it’s a complete language. You can say many things through what you are wearing. You can also tell too much about your personality, culture, religion, and even your profession through what you are wearing.
Nada is one of those people who cares about her style of dressing and about the message that she wants to send. She works as a financial advisor at a well-known firm in Connecticut. She told us that she loves the business casual style, she also loves shoes and long boots.
In the photoshoot, she appeared with a maroon dress, long black boots, and a black turban. Her style represents her profession as you can tell from the first look at her that she works in a bank or a job that is related to numbers. You can see that she cares about the small details through her photos.
We speak the language of fashion and we can help you in understande this language and teach how to speak through your style.
If you haven’t tried it already, Fashom offers personally styled outfits that represent you.
Every girl at least has one item which has Polka dot. Polka dots always in trend because it is so classic! At the first place, it intended to cover the moth holes in women’s wool dresses. In the late 19th century, Polka dot became common on clothing in the United Kingdom. (Wiki).
Disney put Polka Dots in trend because it created a cartoon character “Minnie Mouse” and started to be used on kids’ furniture, clothing, and accessory.
Polka Dots never leaves the trend, because more and more designers are using polka dots as the main pattern of some collections.
It makes women look full of energy and like a lovely girl. Women who wear Polka Dots want to show their attitude that they are happy and never be negative.
Those scarves both has eye-catching white-on-black polka dot design makes them looks similar but everyone has its own style. The first one is more luxury, which can be worn at more formal events. The second one is more casual.