Fash­ion State­ments

CLEO (Malaysia) - - CONTENTS -

As I edit this is­sue, I’m also men­tally list­ing down the many fash­ion pieces I’d like to own this sea­son. Yes, know­ing first­hand what to buy be­fore they hit the stores is one of the up­sides of work­ing in CLEO. Aside from the fact that you get to own new clothes, shoes and bags, fash­ion sea­sons al­ways ex­cite me be­cause a wardrobe up­date of­ten pre­sents an op­por­tu­nity for a per­son­al­ity makeover. It’s of­ten that by try­ing some­thing dif­fer­ent or some­thing that in­tim­i­dates you, you tend to dis­cover an­other side to who you are. To that end, I couldn’t find more faults with the per­cep­tion that fash­ion is shal­low be­cause if it hadn’t been for my style ad­ven­tures, I’d never have dis­cov­ered that wear­ing clash­ing prints is like hang­ing ab­stract art on your body or that hor­i­zon­tal lines are more slim­ming than it is un­flat­ter­ing on a curvy frame or that a pair of heels can give you that much-needed boost of con­fi­dence. Fash­ion has this knack of mak­ing out­side changes that im­pact an in­ner trans­for­ma­tion. Re­gard­less of whether the ex­per­i­ments be­come fash­ion tribu­la­tions or faux pas, they make you more open to changes that might just al­ter your course in life. So as you flip through this amaz­ing is­sue chock-full of Spring/Sum­mer 2014 trends, I hope you’ll dis­cover new fash­ion state­ments that make you look amaz­ing as well as re­veal a new You! Be­sides, Cin­derella is proof that a pair of shoes can change your life.

u l to Gu s ה s L s (pg176).

A cl#y $% &' h *+s ,-t / 0 2 (pg166).

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