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Posted 19/11/2014 17:11:28
Re: Glavred Italian Vogue about how to dress Italian
I liked the article. Specifically on the Rome and Milan to add from myself I can not due to lack of experience. I can not say that in a couple of dozen times my zaletany in Milan, and a 3-day stay in Rome, I have something noticed and noted. Well, Rome was just a sea of men in kilts In all conductive trumpet, that the Romans sovesem "okilteli" When you get to a certain place for a short time (it does not matter - for business, work or on the call of the heart-tourism), do not make hasty conclusions - can, seen super-stylish Milanka all resident Bologna or Naples, and even solar London The same thing in Rome or elsewhere. |
Of course, the location has an impact on the style of dress, and so I liked the reasoning in the article. But, in my opinion (and I say this based, as always, on their own experience), a much greater influence on the manner of dress has soc. environment, social. group to which prinadledit people, ie in some circles, it grows, lives, works and communicates. I think that the author of the article describes is not "just the residents of" Milan or Rome, and certain social services. layer or section - at least, those who follow the fashion and style for work, personal pleasure or for other reasons. There is enough, and at the same time life in the big city has an impact in this sense - and field observations of more, and food for thought, comparisons, and drive somewhere to get liked, easier.
About social. environment. I feel very lucky in my life that I had here in Italy rub in very different areas and meet very different people. This left and right, rich and poor, the aristocracy and the bourgeoisie, the owners of factories and workers, managers 5 * hotels and maids; representatives of different business sectors, with officers from the rank and file to the gene. managers and from tiny seeds. businesses to large firms; state. employees (also from the rank and file clerks to mayors and their ilk) and artists. So when I write about something - I saw it and perevidel in dozens or even hundreds of examples.
That is if you take, say, 2 very rich ladies. One cocoa thread Countess al Duchess, and another representative of the bourgeoisie (for example, the wife of a top manager). These two ladies, having the same number of money in the bank will look different! They will have different decorations, different style of clothes and shoes (color, style, fabric, texture, etc., even if the designer one), different perfumes, handbags, cars, dogs, etc., Etc., Etc. . These little things on closer examination, and help determine who to contact.
Young and beautiful young girl (all 1.75, 90-60-90) will look quite differently depending on their way of life, circle of friends, hobbies, work, and even conditions the pile. For example, one works as a model, or a saleswoman in the fashion boutique; other tourism keen to work in the dog kennel and participates in the work of volunteer organizations; third learns from a doctor who regularly attends church and sings in the choir tamoshnem; fourth pricked, fucks, sleeps under the bridge and visiting social. centers All of these young ladies will look totally dissimilar. But with sufficient experience and observation on appearance is fairly easy to determine which social. Group belongs to this or that person.
Because mimicry in our blood since prehistoric times. With the ladies, with that of men-s. Football fan will not look like a successful lawyer or an architect, and the (in my subjective opinion) differences related to social factors, more than a geographical (within the same country at least). Those. Roman and Milanese teacher early. school or bartender will be more similar to each other than the Roman official height. rank and Roman as a plumber; or the owner of a large factory in Milan and Milan janitor. I do not know, I clearly explained ...
As for the villages and small. cities and metropolitan areas, then, again, in my opinion, here it is no longer in the place of residence and the law of large numbers - in a big city is banal will meet a large number of representatives of this or that social. group - for example, hundreds of fashionistas or on the outskirts of thousands of illegal immigrants on the main street - it does not mean that "in Milan (Rome, Sydney, Amsterdam, etc.) all of these." The percentage in the small. us. points have all exactly the same as in the big cities (with minor variations), but 2 people or 10 (and even met individually, but not together), "do not make the weather", but 100 or 200 - make.