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What Not To Wear


By Emily Guajardo
Posted on February 8, 2016 | Columns,Editorials,Opinion | Comments Off on What Not To Wear

Lets face it; people judge you based off [ON] your outward appearance. There is no way around it. [IF YOUR FOCUS IS FEMALES, SAY SO FROM THE START]

From the way you wear a dress to the type of jeans you buy that specify to your body type, society has created an anonymous [IS THIS THE RIGHT WORD? NOBODY KNOWS WHO IS MAKING THE JUDGMENTS?] code of what is permissible to wear and what is not.

Looking around, the average person can see that no two bodies are identical and, for that matter, no two bodies should wear similar clothing. A curvy women [WOMAN] should not wear clothing that is meant for a thin women [WOMAN] and vice versa. Each body has a unique feature that deserves to have an equally unique article of clothing.

However, several [IS THIS THE RIGHT WORD?] women have come across the problem of what to wear, what not to wear, how to pick the right fit for their bodies. Many turn to magazines where models ranging from size zero to one pose for the high fashion enterprise and expect to find the right information – only to figure out a small portion of women fit that category. Others turn to TV shows like What Not To Wear, Say Yes To The Dress and Love, Lust or Run [NAMES OF TV SHOWS GO IN ITALICS] which show experts in everyday fashion teaching ordinary women how to dress for the workplace, date night or everyday activities. [I’D SUGGEST YOU USE THIS PARAGRAPH NOT JUST TO SAY THAT THIS IS AN OPTION FOR WOMEN, BUT THAT’S IT’S A GOOD ONE. AT LEAST START US DOWN THAT ROAD BY SOMEHOW INDICATING YOUR APPROVAL.]

In shows like What Not To Wear, two fashion experts, Stacy London and Clinton Kelly teach women who are willingly [WILLING] to leave their current fashion lifestyle and take a journey to find their intended style for their specific career, body type and personality. By granting the contestants $5,000, shopping at specific stores begin [BEGINS], hair appointments are set and within a few days new women rise from the ashes.

In Season 2, episode 33, constant Belinda Hill appeared on the show looking for a new look as her long, dried hair and face dangled in front of the camera and across America. After several reluctant efforts, Belinda finally gave in and showed the world her natural beauty with a bit of help from [A?] fashion expert who wanted [WHAT?] and knew what her true beauty was.

“Let’s just say, “How does being on WNTW not impact your life?” For me …all things positive,” said Hill. “One of the best experiences of my life and I will never forget it. I suppose it helps that you are secretly ready, inside, but just not sure how to break out of your old routine and ways.”

Women like Hill deserve to feel beautiful and so should women across the world. Watching shows like what not to wear are perfectly acceptable to view and learn, so that the viewer can understand and learn to feel beautiful in her own skin. [IF YOU’RE ENDING THIS WAY, CONSIDER ADDING THE RIGHT TO FEEL BEAUTIFUL INTO YOUR LEAD SO THAT IT’S A CONSISTENT VIEW THROUGHOUT THE PIECE.] [FINE LINE, THOUGH, BECAUSE YOU DON’T WANT TO STAND UP FOR EVERY WOMAN NEEDING TO REACT THIS WAY TO BEING JUDGED ON HER APPEARANCE.]

[NEED TO ADD MORE CLOSING ARGUMENT]

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