Fashion and the Economic Crisis

For spring/summer this year, (well, it is in Australia) the colours are bright, the flowers are big and hooray for the brightness and vibrancy of these fashions.

It will be interesting to see how well they sell, during these sudden times of economic crisis – since fashions often reflect our inner feelings and it can be hard to dress in bright flowery patterns when inside, we feel dark and in despair.

Maybe one of the ways out of this economic gloom is for women to defy the economic cycle and keep their spirits up with the fabulous colours of NOW.

What do you think? Will you let economic gloom darken your wardrobe and make your spirits dull? Or will you let your natural spirit of courage, success and ‘let’s get on with it’ shine though – in your words, your actions and your wardrobe? 

Here, at No Tall Poppies, we are as bright and beautiful as ever – getting on with it!

About Lesley Dewar

Passionate about story telling and getting kids involved with adventures to improve their self esteem and self-confidence Blogger, Author, Networker, Social Media, Activist.
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One Response to Fashion and the Economic Crisis

  1. Lesley Dewar says:

    Fashion designers think we should all be bright and happy for 2009. Their favourite colour for the new year: Mimosa! Think Australia Wattle.

    Interestingly, lots of Australian Wattle is grown in France

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