The transitional in between


I seem to always like
anything
transitional

I think
the awkward
freshness
appeals to me

When I'm thinking of clothing

Seasonally
I prefer
spring
and fall

Historically
I love
Regency 1810-1820


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WWI 1910-1920

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1936-1940


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1956-1960
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Now

I prefer Marc Jacobs' Resort line
to the summer collection of 2009
What a surprise!!
its something transitional


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I think this designer's collection
is a great example
of more to come
in this century/decade
soft and hard silhouette/textures
put together unexpectedly
and large scale
complicated techniques
done with printed textiles
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HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

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