Conservative

  

The word Conservative in fashion is used to notify a look. The word refers to a look of often covering oneself up, to be reserved through choice of colours, for example black, and sometimes through garment choice. Conservative can also be applied to a hair style and make up worn. It is often used when a person appears in a simple, covered up outfit. The word can also be applied to people who may wear traditional dress and not conform to modern dressing or dressing for a particular occasion.

Catwalks for S/S 12 showed a trend in conservative dressing with Pringle of Scotland S/S 12 covering up in knitwear stripy twinset and grey trousers. Calvin Klein S/S 12 stayed conservative in classic blacks and Jaeger London S/S 12 in a buttoned up lace covered shirt.

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Hollyann Prince

Written by Hollyann Prince

Hollyann Prince, graduating in International Fashion Business at Nottingham Trent University next year, currently writing the Silhouette & Looks and Accessories section of the Dictionary for Catwalk Yourself. A lover of fashion history and everything unique.


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