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A tour through the fascinating history of fashion

When we think about the fascinating history of fashion and haute couture, famous names come to mind, such as Coco Chanel, Christian Dior,  Louis Vuitton, among others.

But have you ever thought about the reasons that led fashion to play a prominent role in the development of society?

The word fashion comes from the Latin “modus” and means custom, manner, or behavior.

To understand fashion and its influence, it is necessary to go back to its fascinating history of fashion.

How it all began

According to anthropologists, the appearance of clothing is related to the need manifested by human beings to hide their nudity and to protect themselves from the cold, rain, and heat.

The advantages of using animal skin were soon discovered by our ancestors. In addition to the cold, it was possible to protect yourself from stones and thorns.

The use of clothing by human beings dates back to 600,000 years BC This is easily proven by the many excavations in which needles made of bones were found.

Taking a leap, we arrive at the emergence of weaving in Mesopotamia. At the time, clothes were wrapped around the body and it was possible to keep the original color or dye the fabric with different colors.

In Egypt, clothes and identity went hand in hand. The pharaohs differed from the others for not using ornaments. A lion’s tail and a fake goatee symbolized power.

Accessories were a symbol of power for Egyptians

The Romans, as well as the Egyptians, attributed different meanings to clothes. The robe of Roman magistrates, for example, was used as a way of demonstrating authority.

Major events in the fascinating history of fashion

The standardization in clothing dates back to the time of the barbarian invasions of the Romans and barbarians ( the term used by the Romans to refer to people considered uncivilized) were recognized by the way they dress.

Despite this, the beginning of the Middle Ages did not bring major changes in terms of fashion history.

Expeditions to conquer Jerusalem and contact with a more refined lifestyle were essential for the emergence of the nobility. The female pattern highlighted the woman’s silhouette.

In the mid-13th century, shoes stood out in the fascinating history of fashion. Women preferred shoes that enhanced the delicacy of their feet.

The differentiation between women’s and men’s clothing in the fascinating history of fashion began in the mid-14th century. Dresses were garments worn only by women, academics, and Church members. Tight pants were restricted to men only.

The Renaissance stands out in the fascinating history of fashion for representing a period when men and women were concerned with showing certain characteristics of their bodies.

Men wore clothes that made their shoulders noticeably broader and women sought a guitar-like shape. Women’s interest in their waists was essential for the emergence of the corset, the predecessor of our well-known corset.

The king of exaggeration

The extravagance in fashion history has a king name. Louis XIV is known in fashion history, among other things, for wearing extravagant clothes. The idea was to emphasize French superiority through clothing.

Louis XIV is known in the history of fashion, among other things, for wearing extravagant clothes
Louis XIV is known in the history of fashion, among other things, for wearing extravagant clothes

During the reign of Louis XV, the frames responsible for giving volume to French women’s skirts took on a grandiose volume. Historians report that it was nearly impossible for two women to occupy the same sofa due to the bulk of the frames.

The “Father of Haute Couture”

When telling the fascinating history of fashion, it is impossible not to mention Charles Frederick Worth, the artisan responsible for opening the first haute couture studio in Paris, in 1858.

Known as the “father of haute couture”, Worth’s name has become immortalized in fashion. The English stylist is remembered for having replaced the crinoline with the bustle, a type of frame used to give volume to the woman’s hips and buttocks.

Charles Frederick Worth Known as the “Father of Haute Couture”
Charles Frederick Worth Known as the “Father of Haute Couture”

The silhouette of Worth’s models dominated the Belle Époque period. The hourglass body style with volume at the hips and shoulders and slim waist dominated the era.

World War I and the women’s wardrobe

Traumatic moments like the First World War had an influence on the fascinating history of fashion.

Due to the moment, comfort became the watchword. Women, forced to work during the war, preferred to wear practical and comfortable clothing.

Another transformation in women’s clothing was the shortening of skirts. The lack of fabrics for making clothes required that skirts be shortened to the ankles.

Hats, like skirts, have been reduced in size. The style is known as “cloche” became popular. The shape of the hat allowed it to fit perfectly into the shorter hairstyle that was dominant at the time.

Chanel’s Importance to the fascinating History of Fashion

When we talk about the 1920s it is impossible not to mention the name of Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel, the stylist symbol of the modern woman. The relationship of Chanel or Coco, as she was known by her friends, with fashion began in 1910, the year she worked in a hat shop.

Before long, Chanel owned two stores where she sold hats and clothing. Maison Chanel’s iconic address No. 31 on Rue Cambon in Paris remains today.

Success always knocks on your door

Chanel’s story was also marked by the presence of great love, Arthur Capel, or Boy as he was known.

It was Boy who helped her open her first hat studio and who years later financed Chanel’s boutiques. Boy’s death in a tragic car accident was, according to the stylist, a terrible blow to her life.

Elegance and minimalism were hallmarks of his style. The stylist’s success was so great that it is estimated that in 1930, her brand earned an impressive 130 million francs.

In 1919, Coco Chanel created the “black dress”, a black crepe dress with long, tight sleeves. The stylist’s boldness was manifested through the color of the dress since at the time black was little used in haute couture because it was a tone associated with mourning.

In October 1926, American Vogue described the “little black dress” as Chanel’s “Ford”, adding that the entire world would wear the piece. Vogue’s comparison is due to the fact that the dress, like Ford’s “Model T,” had a strong commercial appeal.

Impossible to forget the famous “Basic Black”

Chanel’s style

Characteristics of Chanel’s style, such as simplicity and the use of utilitarian fabrics, are related to the humble life that the stylist had until she found her first job when she was 20 years old.

In 1884, Chanel and her sister were left by their father Henri-Albert Chanel in an orphanage in Aubazine. At the time, the future stylist was 12 years old and had just lost her mother, Eugénie Jeanne Devolle.

Chanel, like her sister Julia, was the only one of six siblings who were born illegitimate. Although her parents had a relationship at the time, they were still unmarried. The wedding took place a short time later, believed to be pressure from Jeanne’s family.

Chanel experienced the international success achieved in the 1930s with the help of famous Hollywood actresses, who came to be seen using the brand’s models.

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Photo 1: Reproduction/Instagram @harpersbazaarmx; Photo 2: Reproduction/Instagram @notes_from_paris

World War II was a traumatic time for Chanel’s business. In times of war, fashion was not seen as an important issue. Only perfumes and accessories were sold at the Rue Cambon store.

Paris witnessed the return of the legendary designer in 1954. Items such as a cardigan, black dress, and pearl accessories became symbols of the Chanel brand and marked the fascinating history of fashion.

Stylists and World War II

Like the war at the beginning of the century, World War II also had consequences for the fascinating history of fashion. In Europe, the cradle of great drinkers of the time, many Maisons closed their doors.

Influenced by soldiers’ uniforms, women’s clothing began to feature more sober and heavier clothes and shoes. As a result of the war, synthetic fibers, rayon, and viscose took over from the more refined fabrics. Fabric rationing forced stylists to look for alternatives.

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As a result of the end of the war, in 1946, ready-to-wear emerged in the United States, that is, production on an industrial scale that allowed a single model of clothing to have different numbers.

Later, the idea was imported to France and transformed into the famous concept of the fashion world, the ready-to-wear.

In 1959, the Italian-French Pierre Cardin created the first ready-to-wear collection. The collection was a partnership with the Parisian department store, Printemps. The idea was to allow customers to enter the store, choose their clothes according to their number, and take them home.

the Dior empire

Another name that stood out in the post-war period was that of stylist Christian Dior, owner of the well-known luxury empire. The launch of the “Carrole” collection in 1947 marked the fascinating history of fashion.

The collection featured pieces such as ankle-length skirts, voluminous dresses, full skirts, bare shoulders, and models with defined waists.

The great highlight of the collection named by the editor of the American magazine Haper’s Bazar, Carmel Snow, of “New Look”, was the model “Tailleur Bar”. A waisted silk jacket with a black pleated skirt at the ankles made up the collection.

The stylist is cited as responsible for the rebirth of Paris after the war and for placing the city once again at the center of international fashion. Dior’s more pompous style, which used extravagant fabrics in his creations, contrasted with Chanel’s elegance and simplicity.

In 1957, the fashion world was surprised by the death of Christian Dior at the age of 52. At the time, the young Yves Saint Laurent was chosen to assume the position of artistic director of the brand.

The empire built by Christian Dior
The empire built by Christian Dior

Saint Laurent’s stay at Casa Dior lasted just three years. Though he spent a short time in the job, the young man’s talent flourished. Dior’s final collections, such as the 1957 Fuso Line, are good examples of Saint Laurent’s creativity.

1960s: hippie movement and freedom of expression

Breaking standards and women’s freedom of choice are keywords to understand the 1960s. The post-war generation of the “baby boomers” generation as it is known, used fashion to demonstrate their state of mind.

The idea was to break free from the behavioral and style patterns of previous decades. Everything that resembled the authoritarianism of the war years was left out.

Elvis Presley’s style influenced young people

Rock’n’roll and the bold steps of American singer Elvis Presley marked the decade. When we imagine the 1960s, we certainly think of leather, jeans, sumptuous tufts, and scooters.

Hollywood actors like James Dean and Marlon Brando were style references. It’s impossible not to also remember the Beatles’ influence on fashion. Elegant clothes such as tight-fitting pants and collared jackets, in addition to the haircut, were widely copied by young people.

The period is also remembered for being the first time in the fascinating history of fashion that young people did not dress like their parents.

The 1960s Women’s Wardrobe

In women’s clothing, the miniskirt stood out. The play was associated with youth and the sexual revolution. The invention of the miniskirt is credited to the names of stylists Mary Quant and André Courrèges. When questioned, Mary said the play was an invention of the streets.

As in the men’s wardrobe, famous personalities were the names of reference for women’s clothing. Names like Jean Seberg, Audrey Hepburn, Natalie Wood stood out at the time. Doll of luxury became a film that launched fashions and trends. In addition to the miniskirt, the cigarette pants also aroused the interest of women. 

The year 1965 is considered revolutionary in the fascinating history of fashion, thanks to the collection of French artist André Courrèges. The collection featured miniskirts, white boots, and straight-cut dresses. Saint-Tropez-style pants that leave the navel out have also started to appear on the streets.

The 1960s is also remembered for unisex clothing, women wore jeans and collarless shirts. A good example is the women’s tuxedo created by stylist Yves Saint Laurent in 1966. As a result of the stylist’s acumen, the piece marked the 20th century.

Emílio Pucci: “the prince of prints”

Stylist Emílio Pucci is also another important name in the fascinating history of fashion. His psychedelic-inspired colorful pieces marked the time.

His name is also remembered for having released, in 1960, the pieces known as “capsules”. These pieces consisted of stretch nylon and silk sets – predecessors of the famous leotard and Lycra gym clothes popularized in the 1980s.

Emílio Pucci was nicknamed by the specialized press of the time “the prince of prints”.

“Peace and Love” movement of the 1960s

Clothes were also influenced by the hippie movement. Long hair, Indian gowns, long skirts, and bell-bottom pants were part of the young people’s attire.

The hippie movement had as its main flag to oppose the Vietnam War. Stylists like Emílio Pucci were inspired by the counterculture movement of the time. Prints and clothes in light fabrics were incorporated by haute couture.

The Woodstock Music Festival, which took place in 1969, was of unparalleled importance to the hippie movement, contributing to its popularization. Singers like Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and groups like Jefferson Airplane participated in the festival. Young supporters of the hippie movement preferred natural fibers, referring to the idea of ​​“back to nature”.

1966 was a very significant year for stylist Yves Saint Laurent and for the fascinating history of fashion. This year, the stylist launched Rive Gauche, a chain of boutiques with cheaper clothes that made reference to the bohemian life of the Paris region of the same name.

The most radical phase of fashion was the protagonist of stylist Paco Rabanne, who in 1967 presented a collection inspired by space. Metal rings and plastic discs were present in the collection.

1970s: decade of glam rock, disco style and punk

The 1970s look was inspired by the hippie movement. Items such as dresses, accessories, and bell-bottom pants were often seen. The hippie look came into fashion in the late 1960s and prevailed until 1975, influencing haute couture with accessories such as flowers, tunics, and embroidery.

The music scene also influenced the clothing of the 1970s. Androgyny, punk, and disco were some of the styles seen in the streets.

The case of the Punk movement is curious. Despite opposing the consumer society, many stylists were inspired by the pieces and accessories used by their supporters.

Studs, graffiti shirts, black leather clothes, boots, and pins are no longer exclusive to punks. The movement was born in London, in 1976, and initially had unemployed youth and students as its main followers.

The 1970s also saw a greater presence of designers of different nationalities on the fashion scene. Names such as Calvin Klein, Jean Paulo Gautier, Claude Montana, Kenzo, Giorgio Armani, and Ralph Lauren contributed to the internationalization of fashion.

In the United States, designers such as Roy Halston Frowick and Calvin Klein stood out. His creations valued the professional woman who needed a more concise wardrobe.

Department stores like Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue, located in New York, have noticed the growing desire for more sophisticated ready-to-wear clothing. In response, they decided to open internal boutiques to replace the haute couture departments.

The glam rock style

The theatricality and eccentricity in the fascinating history of fashion emerged from glam rock. The movement emerged in the early 1970s in Great Britain and after 1976 with the disco movement in the United States.

Sequins and tight tights were seen in both movements, but the glam rock is considered the most exuberant.

British artists like Elton John and Marc Bolan were legitimate representatives of the glam rock movement. The androgyny of David Bowie who wore looks designed by Japanese designer Kansai Yamamoto also influenced the glam rock style. Platform shoes, hand-dyed mullets, print dresses, and face and body painting made up the look of the period.

In London, boutiques like Barbara Hulanick’s Biba and Alkasura were responsible for propagating the glam rock style. Items such as feather scarves, elaborate vests, and sequined jackets were easily found.

The disco style

The heyday of the disco movement occurred in the late 1970s. Latin music, funk, and soul-influenced fashion. Strapless tops with sequins, lurex halter neck blouses (a type of neckline that enhances the female lap), and tight pants were seen more often.

Another cultural product that influenced fashion was certainly the film “Saturday Night Fever” from 1977, starring John Travolta. The film contributed to the spread of the disco style. The streets were taken by synthetic stretch fabrics, spandex dresses (a fabric with a lot of elasticity), and high heels worn with short socks.

The disco style was diffused in the UK with the collaboration of the Swanky Modes brand, which featured sensual pieces made in lycra.

Glam rock and disco were announced to end with the rise of the Punk rock movement in 1976.

The punk rock movement

London is considered the birthplace of the Punk rock phenomenon, despite musical influences that have emerged in the United States, more precisely in New York. The design of the Punk movement consisted of bringing together elements such as loud and aggressive music with clothes with an even aggressive character. The main characteristics of the movement are indignation, self-expression, and experimentation.

The propagation of the Punk style was in charge of the Sex store, whose owners were Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm MacLaren.

In the music scene, the band Sex Pistols stood out. Despite the controversies involving the band, the clothes worn by its members generated a great curiosity. The Westwood stylist incorporated pieces such as “anarchy shirts”, “destruction shirts”, “bondage pants” and “hangman costumes”.

Not having received training in fashion design, Westwood’s pieces were more intuitive. One of his techniques was to cut the fabric over the body, relegating the use of flat surfaces. To make the torn shirt seen in 1979, the stylist’s technique was used.

Westwood’s color palette featured red, black, white, fluorescent pinks, and blue. The plaid print also stood out in the designer’s pieces. Regarding the theme of clothing, she favored modernist urban themes and Celtic history.

1980s: the decade of exaggeration

The word that best defines the 1980s is certainly extravagance. Pieces such as shoulder pads, overlays, vinyl, and different colors and shapes marked the decade.

If the 1960s were influenced by the baby boomers, the yuppies (Young Urban Professional) dominated the 1980s. The ideals of the hippie movement, such as opposition to unbridled consumption, were left aside. Now, consuming pieces from great stylists and brands made young people’s minds.

1980s women

The greater presence of women in leadership positions was an essential factor for the emergence of a new feminine ideal. As a result, tailoring and sharp-shouldered suits dominated women’s clothing.

A similar case happened with the long skirt. The piece, previously associated with ingenuity in the 1960s, came to represent power and freedom in the 1980s.

The suit’s popularity was essential for the German company Hugo Boss to gain international prestige. Since its foundation in 1923, the brand has produced work clothes and uniforms.

Despite this, the ready-to-wear suit made with quality fabrics and with a silhouette considered more masculine placed Hugo Boss in the fashion spotlight.

In addition, the brand is also remembered for having starred in one of the first merchandising cases. His label was seen on Miami Vice, one of the most popular series at the time.

In addition to clothes, the advertising industry at the time encouraged young professionals to wear accessories such as the Rolex watch, the Gucci moccasin, and the Filofax diary.

Rauph Lauren, Calvin Klein, and Giorgio Armani knew how to take advantage of the frenzy of fashion consumption. Consequently, their names were eternalized in the fascinating history of fashion.

Giorgio Armani marked the history of fashion

In the United States, Ronald Reagan’s presidency signaled a return to a formal reception. Events organized during his tenure, such as charity balls and state dinners, required the use of formal attire and long dresses.

Fiction also helped to build the most glamorous lifestyle. TV series like Dallas and Dynasty featured actors in pompous costumes. The work of American designer Nolan Miller was exalted.

The ostentation of the 1980s

In addition to the clothes, ostentation was also present in the expensive accessories worn by the actresses. Historians regard the 1980s as the decade of social exhibitionism.

Factors such as the deregulation of the financial market by Reagan’s policy and tax reforms contributed to the increase in the income of the wealthier classes in the United States.

In relation to accessories, the luxury bag started to be considered a collectible item.

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Faced with this new scenario, North American women preferred the refined clothing of the Carolina Herrera brand to compose the daytime look and for events that took place at night, they resorted to luxurious pieces by Arnold Scaasi.

The fascinating history of fashion experienced an important fact in the 1980s. It was the first time that clientele and stylists mixed at social events. Fashion designer Oscar de la Renta was seen circling the events of American high society. Oscar was even invited to formal receptions at the White House.

Hip-hop and street fashion

The hip-hop movement that emerged in the late 1970s and early 1980s in American cities showed their faces. Among the issues emphasized by the movement, the African-American culture and the concern with the social problems faced by urban populations stand out.

Like many other movements, hip-hop influenced fashion history. Clothes in kente fabric (popular in African culture) and colors like green, black, yellow, and green dominated the clothing of his admirers.

In 1989, the first company specializing in hip-hop culture clothing appeared. The person responsible for the initiative was Karl Kani, who inaugurated a brand that bears his name.

Hip-hop culture propagated the use of sportswear

As a result of the movement’s expansion, artists such as LL Cool J, Public Enemy, and Run-Dmc have contributed to the widespread use of sportswear and streetwear. As a result, high fashion and traditional brands came to be rejected by the hip-hop community.

1990s: the decade of style diversity

The word that best describes fashion in the 1990s is diversity. Different styles and compositions coexisted together. Despite this, pieces such as colored jeans and second-skin blouses were trends at the time.

As in other decades, music also influenced young people in the 1990s. Grunge, a subgenre of rock, was a big influencer on the style and behavior of young people.

More laid-back pieces like baggy pants and shorts and plaid shirts made up the Grunge look. A milestone in the advent of the Grunge style was the Marc Jacobs collection for Perry Ellis, an American sportswear brand. Despite the initiative of Marc Jacobs, the collection was considered a fiasco. Consumers did not react very well to pieces that referred to a more sloppy style.

In addition to the influence of the musical field, the decade was also marked by reinterpretations of 1960s styles, with light colors, and 1970s, with platform shoes.

The return of 1990s fashion

Pieces widely used during the 1990s seem to have conquered the famous in recent years. High-waisted pants ripped jeans, a plaid shirt, and round glasses are worn by celebrities and people in love with fashion. A lot of these trends can be seen in the Berbely Hills preppy movie!

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Yayoins Reviews – Is yayoins.com legitimate or scam?

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Who doesn’t like shopping?! We are sure you must be a shopaholic too. When it comes to modern days, most of us are found busy in online shopping, right? It is because of many reasons. Some of them include saving time and energy. Another may be the way everything is delivered to the buyer’s doorstep. Keeping the preferences and behavior of consumers’ Google has set up many online stores for people who are into shopping. Likewise, we see Yayoins.com on Google console. Let’s learn more about it in this blog post.

Yayoins – What it is?

It is an online store on Google that provides ultimate options for the entire family’s clothing. The origin of this online store is the US. The reviews of yayoins will be the best way to know if this site is worth the price, your time, and your purchases or not.

Yayoins – Best US Clothing Online Store

As mentioned above, this is an online store that has a unique and idiosyncratic range of clothes for all. By all, we mean kids, adults, and even newborns. Interestingly, it is one of the best online stores that has almost every kind of clothing. You name it, they have it! You are still not sure if this is the one for your needs? If yes, let us walk you down the lane of the kind of stuff they have! Yayoins.com has everything from pants and shirts, men’s accessories, and whatnot! To know more about the site, click here.

Delivery and Service of Yaoins.com 

The best thing about this site according to the reviews is the delivery. However, we would recommend you to visit the site for real reviews. Reading reviews before making a purchase is going to help new buyers. It will clear about the accuracy as well as quality. Since the range is massive, it is best for the buyer to go through the entire site and then make a decision of what to buy.

Specifications of the Site – Yayoins

Here is some basic information about the site. Make use of it howsoever you may need or want.

  • Official Email Address: service@yayoins.com
  • Official Site: http://www.yayoins.com
  • How to pay? Through any online payment gateways
  • When does the order gets shipped? 5 to 7 days within the US
  • What is the refund policy? 30 days full refund policy
  • Facebook link: https://facebook.com/yayoins-1-112862550625012

Why Choose Yayoins?

There are many perks of using this site. Some of them are listed below.

  • Amazing range of clothing assortments
  • All online payments are accepted
  • Amazing and competitive customer service
  • Excellent quality and service

Drawbacks of Yayoins

We shouldn’t include the age of the site as a negative point but here are the details of drawbacks.

  • It is only a 1-year-old website
  • There is no cash on delivery and you have to pay online
  • Pictures are not real and are taken from another site
  • Material as in the description is also copied from another website
  • The collection is hardly updated
  • The site is risky to use

Yayoins – Scam or Legit?

We can’t say if a site is a scam or legit based on the kind of website are there these days. It is because there is a mushroom growth of scammed websites. Anyhow, you should check out yayoins feedback to know if it is worthy of your time and money or not.

All we can say is there are ways to find out if the site is legit or a scam. The sad part is it doesn’t totally depend on the factors that determine the authenticity or otherwise. Strange enough, there aren’t any reviews of their website or store on the Google search engine. Not just that, there isn’t any social media account or profile. Also, it doesn’t have complete information. And above all the domain is hardly one year old.

Besides all, yayoins only accepts online transactions. The collection lacks regular updates and most of the material (text and pictures) are copied. Keeping these points in mind, we conclude that it is a scam. Therefore, we don’t recommend this site to anyone out there.

Yayoins  Reviews

According to many experts, to know if a site is legit or not. We have to ask the customers about their feedback after using the site. That’s how we get to know a lot about the site – whether the service is promising, the quality is good or not, purchases are easy or not, etc. Sadly, when we tried to find out the reviews and other information, there was nothing to go in its favor. Hence proven, the site isn’t legit and you must keep yourselves away from buying stuff from this online store.

Last Words – To Buy or Not to Buy, that is the Question!

After thorough research and yayoins feedback, we can easily draw a conclusion – it is a hoax! It is because the criteria of a legit website are missing massively. There is no contact number, no address, no updates, and no reviews – what else do you need to stay away from this site?

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Nottingham’s latest high street fashion Store

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Nottingham is a small city, and we get overlooked when it comes to fashion – incredibly independent fashion – but we do have a significant independent scene for such a small city. The city’s variety has helped it become a substantial presence in UK fashion. Shout Nottingham is a new start-up UK business selling all the latest high street fashion.

Shout, a contemporary fashionable clothing store opened in a busy shopping center in the heart of Nottingham. A new ‘Shout‘ clothing store wants to bring something different in our Europe’s busiest shopping city here in Nottingham.

The pricing here in “Shout” is outstanding and affordable with the fine quality compared to others. With a city like Nottingham, where people are always coming through and everything within walking distance, it’s no surprise that we’ve been so busy since we opened. There are many clothing shops down here, but we have a different appeal for people who want a quirky style or some exclusives that no one else has got. We are in here for all generations, we’ve got new fashion for different groups of people.

It’s a great location, and we’re hoping that the people keep coming in to see what we’ve got to offer.” Nottingham always needs clothes shops, and Shout looks relatively high-end, so that’s good because you need some range.

 

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3 Oils Remove Dark Circle

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Worried about dark circles or dark circles under the eyes? People who suffer from dark circles always look dull and tired. Due to the black spots under the eyes, in many cases, even if you apply makeup, the look looks bad. There are many ways to get rid of dark circles. One of them is the use of oil. For many years, the use of different types of oils has been used to remove dark spots on the eyes, improve blood circulation and increase the softness of the skin. Oil massage increases blood circulation under the eyes and the skin around the eyes gradually becomes softer and brighter. So today let’s take a look at 4 types of oils, which will get rid of dark spots in your eyes very quickly as a result of regular use. And using these oils will also protect the skin around your eyes from wrinkles.

Effective oil massage therapy to eliminate dark circles

Close your eyes when using the oil. Finger massage around the eyes is a key element of the therapy technique. Massage by applying gentle pressure around the eyes. The massage should be started from the bridge of the nose, then gently move upwards around the eyes and again gently massage the eyebrows and the lower part with a little pressure. When massaging the area around the eyes, gently press with your fingers, this will speed up the blood flow to the tissues. Massage 4 to 5 times daily for best results.

Now let’s go straight to the oil-

Some oil to remove dark circles

1. Coconut oil
Dark circles don’t just mean black skin – wrinkles around the eyes or rough skin are also a part of dark circles. Coconut oil is an excellent source of Vitamin E, Lactic Acid and other nutrients which are extremely effective in repairing the skin, tightening the pores, reducing skin inflammation, moisturizing the skin and helping to remove dark circles very quickly. In this case, Skin Cafe’s coconut oil is 100% pure and a perfect choice.

How to use-
Slice equal amount of potato and cucumber and blend in a blender and make a smooth paste. Apply it on the face and leave it for about 20 minutes to dry. Then wash with normal water and let the skin dry. Then gently massage coconut oil around your eyes with your fingers. Leave it overnight, wash it off in the morning and get a fresh look.

2. Almond oil
This oil helps in reducing the wrinkles and fine lines of the skin and restores the smoothness of the skin. This oil moisturizes the skin by increasing blood circulation and restores radiance to the skin by reducing darkness from within. If you want almond oil, Skin Cafe’s almond oil is very pure.

How to use-
Wash your face thoroughly with a good facewash suitable for your skin and gently wipe with a face towel. Now mix one tablespoon of honey with 1 tablespoon of almond oil well. Now massage this mixture around the eyes for about 5 minutes before going to bed at night. Leave it overnight and wash it off in the morning and see if the black spots on the eyes look much lighter.

3. Castor oil
The best oil for brittle and rough skin is castor oil. With regular use of this oil you can also get rid of dark circles and eye bags in a very short time. Skin Cafe has 100% pure castor oil.

How to use-
Mix equal amounts of castor oil and coconut oil in a bowl. Massage under and around your eyes with light pressure. Apply it at night and wash your face with a good facewash in the morning and see the positive results.

How to use-
Rinse your face with warm water and wipe your face with a soft dry towel. Then dip a cotton ball in Lavender Essential Oil and massage around the eyes for 5-6 minutes. Then leave it overnight and wash it off in the morning.

For best results, follow any one of the above procedures at least once a day for 30 days. You will be able to understand the difference very well.

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