For Popeye's October editorial, the Japanese magazine found, styled and featured fiercely freaky frocks.
The darling model in Popeye's October editorial is decked out in unconventional outfits that include a one-piece plaid-wool suit that looks like a baby's jumper, a metal-studded dress shirt, a puffy wool suit jacket complete with matching puffy shorts, and a very odd all-in-one wool outfit that comes complete with a built-in tie.
Implications - One piece suits and long maxi dresses are just a few examples of how consumers are beginning to unabashedly favour modesty as opposed to fashions that bare all. Consumers appreciate designs that are conservative, yet still have some degree of sex appeal.
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