There’s a growing trend in the fashion world to dress casually and keep your hair in a stylish bun, according to a new study.
The idea behind this trend is to create a more feminine look without compromising on style, according Christina Haines, a lecturer at the Institute of Contemporary Fashion, and her co-author, Julia S. Lecky.
According to the research, more than half of US women wear some type of make-up, which can be anything from a simple black lip colour to a bold lip stain.
This is the trend that Leckys group is trying to bring more awareness to, by focusing on the women who don’t have it.
“It’s not the women that we’re talking about, but the women in our study,” she says.
“These are women who are just not going to wear make-ups or lipstick.
They don’t want to.
So what they’re doing is dressing in their clothes, and that’s the beauty of this whole project.”
Haines and Leckyt say this is a way for women to show off their femininity without feeling forced to look “ugly”.
Hainys research also found that many of the women interviewed said they felt that their clothing choices were influenced by their own appearance, rather than by their peers.
Hainese said that while this is something many women are aware of, the more casual approach may be a way to make themselves feel more feminine and less out of place.
“The reason why we’re doing this is that we think that this is an opportunity for people to really take on these roles,” she explains.
“For example, we think it can be fun to show that you can be yourself without having to wear a suit and tie.
If you want to show your face, show up to a party without a suit on, and just look cute.”
Hannah C. Gossett, a fashion designer, said that the more comfortable a woman can be in her clothing, the better.
“In my experience, a lot of people who wear a lot are looking for that extra bit of personality,” she said.
“There’s an old adage that you have to wear what you wear to be seen.
I think that’s what’s happening with women today, that they’re trying to do this because they think that if they don’t wear a dress, they’re not going anywhere.”
Gossett said that, despite her desire to dress more feminine, she felt uncomfortable in her own skin.
“I’ve always had a really feminine voice in my voice,” she explained.
“And I’ve always been very conscious of not feeling like I was being judged by how I dressed.
I felt that I needed to be more feminine.”
She said that wearing make- up to show support and acceptance, as well as to be comfortable and confident, was important.
“My advice to anyone is to try and look and act more feminine than they think they need to be,” she concluded.