Are women wearing too-dark patterns on purpose? Is
all or any fashion, if worn, an agreement with the
important people in the world who are setting the
trends based on things and people they like and
agree with, or does it not happen that way? Is it
more looks or a statement you agree with what it
stands for or the people associated with it stand for
rather than their personal likes, the people they like?
Just a liking of the designer's work, the looks? Thanks.
Right, and are women wearing not just patterns, but
too-dark patterns on purpose, with some meaning
not really sarcasm but done partly because they are
too dark? This meaning different from the usual use of
black and patterns, and done this year like that?
And they are not wearing them too-dark?
So do you think the quality of being too dark is not a
part of the trend or a statement, just in each individual's
opinion? It's not like all the extra black and animal prints
and jewelry that's like a fence (looks), which has been
popular for years before this? I have seen some that
look a little dark to me, but wanted to know what it
meant. Seems like someone would wear that for
a reason. I am interested in wearing at an event or