Be a head turner when you walk into the room with an epidemic fashion sensibility that lets you be safe, sexy, and sizzling with style when others are fearful and become prisoners in their own home. Make a fashion statement! Show them the real you!
I don’t think she put too much thought into coordinating this look. I would have picked a mask that matched the dress, or if the contrast was the idea, perhaps a fun, bright hue. It’s a pity because her body language suggests she’s got spunk. This simply looks dull and drab. I’d give it 2 stars.
“Clothes aren’t going to change the world, the women who wear them will” – Anne Klein
You have to give her credit for the more stylish mask, as opposed to the run-of-the-mill canister club. It allows you to stare into her eyes, which speak volumes about themselves. This woman is clearly made of tougher stuff, and I can’t help but be quite enchanted by her. 4.5 stars.
“Over the years I have learned that what is important in a dress is the woman who is wearing it.” – Yves Saint Laurent
The mask is sleek, and you can never go wrong with black! It complements the sleek edginess that she herself radiates. If the lipstick shade was the same as the red or purple of her tattoo’s, she would’ve gotten an extra star. This girl’s a natural! 4 stars.
‘Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.‘ – Coco Chanel
Well, I love some vintage style as much as the next person, but this is just irresponsible! That mask is flimsy, she doesn’t have it tight enough to be effective against airborne pathogenic droplets, and it won’t protect her from much more than other people realizing she’s skipped the lipstick today. Her entire look is more antiquated than vintage. 1 star.
I have mixed feelings towards this look. The slightly see-through top suggests this woman is comfortable with her body and clearly conscious about fashion. I think this one’s an ‘almost’. 3.5 stars.
It’s been decades, and Harajuku never fails to turn the fashion world on its head. Her icy blue ensemble works fabulously with her drool-worthy hair. And that golden mask is to die for! The perfect accessory to her outfit. 5 stars!
Fashion Note: Harajuku is a place in Japan, known for churning out a definitive, quirky sense of style. The Harajuku style is inspired by, and in turn inspires mango and anime styles.
“Nothing makes a woman more beautiful than the belief that she is beautiful.” – Sophia Loren
Ah, those eyes! So fiery, so powerful. And radiating such energy, that I find myself almost at a loss for words. Her approach to facial protection is quite traditional, but I suppose that everyone understands why she wouldn’t want to hide those mesmerizing eyes. 4.5 stars.
I don’t do fashion. I am fashion.” – Coco Chanel
She oozes oomph, doesn’t she? The tousled blonde waves, the large come-hither eyes behind the mask, and the ample cleavage; I love a woman who isn’t afraid to flaunt what she has! 5 stars, and then some!
This girl is clueless when it comes to epidemic fashion. Such a pretty face. Pity, she won’t survive too long, not with that ill-fitting and leaky face mask. It won’t protect her from a thing. Someone teach this girl how to protect herself, so she needn’t learn the hard way. 1 star.
“Fashion should be a form of escapism and not a form of imprisonment.” – Alexander McQueen
The woman is radiant. Pregnancy certainly suits her, and the translucent top adds an innocent sensuality. I don’t care much for the worn-out, sloppy mask, but she makes it look good. 3.5 stars.
And once again, Harajuku delivers! The sleek, angular mask is as edgy as the kinky schoolgirl outfit that she’s working so effortlessly. This girl is clued into fashion and knows how to make a statement. 4 stars.
“In difficult times, fashion is always outrageous.” – Elsa Schiaparelli
The carefully coordinated colors and patterns make her look like a vintage superhero or super villain! Even her mask is on point with the whole ensemble, though I wonder how efficient it is. Nonetheless, she owns the look. 4 stars.
“The beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries, or the way she combs her hair. The beauty of a woman is seen in her eyes because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides. True beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul. It’s the caring that she lovingly gives, the passion that she shows and the beauty of a woman only grows with passing years.” – Audrey Hepburn
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Epidemic Fashion Reviews by Bombay Bellyrina
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