Fashion. It comes and goes at such a rapid speed it makes onlookers dizzy. There are designers and fashion magazines, shouting about how it is time to ditch your favourite item. Then there are the things everyone is happy to see the back of. Avoid the fashion police and don’t be suckered into a good deal because shops are trying to tell you it is trendy.
2020 is a year like no other. It started out with positive and high hopes, and then a virus arrived, shuttering shops and putting entire countries into what was effectively house arrest for months on end. This has fall-out in the most unlikely of places.
Day Pajamas and Sportswear
When the world shut down, the pajamas and sportswear saw use beyond the bed and the gym. They only really went away for those ever-essential video calls. Pajamas and sportswear may be just about the most comfortable things to wear, but they don’t leave the right lasting impression. Spending spring in the same few items of clothing creates a lot of wear and tear. Then there’s the stains from the lockdown snacking. Comfort may have been the only look for spring, but spring is gone. The world is opening up, and it is time for new clothes. No one wants to see your underpants through the threadbare sweatpants you’ve been wearing for three months or the cheesy-puff finger marks that won’t come off in the wash.
Bricks and Mortar
Not only is COVID-19 still out there, but the shops that closed in mid-March their shelves are still full of winter clothes. These clothes may be heavily discounted, but it is the wrong weather. Faux-fur and summer just don’t get along, no matter how much of a deal that parka was. Is buying something now only to store it for months and then find out it went out of fashion really worth the risk of catching COVID-19? You’ll look ridiculous when winter rolls around again.
Hush Style has the solution with a range of the latest designer fashions at affordable prices. Buy for the correct season and don’t sweat in the winter clothes.
It Doesn’t Fit
Comfortable clothes, spare time in isolation, bulk purchases of groceries, including the lockdown snacks. Sound familiar? After all, chocolate lasts in storage longer than fresh fruit. All this added up to weight gain. The weight went on so quickly during lockdown with all that spare time in front of the television, even with outdoor exercise permitted once per day. The results of spring are in, and no one has clothes that fit. Stuffing bulge into something two sizes too small isn’t just bad for your circulation and outright uncomfortable, it is unsightly and makes you look fatter. What went on so easily is going to take time to shift. Buy flattering clothes that fit and bin the old ones. They’ll be out of fashion by the time they fit again.
It is time to ditch the pajamas and save the sportswear for losing the lockdown weight.