Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.
Women all over the world trying to remove theirs and stop being slaves. What if the women in those countries could reverse the role and have a “Queen for a Day” and make the men wear their attire and walk a mile in their shoes?
To each his own. Never frequented Macy’s – big price and cheap quality.
Hard pass on that which women in Iran are fighting to have the right not to wear.
From InStyle: Macy’s is taking an inclusive step in the right direction with the launch of its latest line, Verona Collection.
Set to drop on Feb. 15, the modest brand is unique because it includes easy-to-wear items like tops, pants, cardigans, and dresses that are aimed at both Muslim and non-Muslim women. The collection comes from Lisa Vogl, a designer and 2017 graduate of The Workshop at Macy’s, which serves as an incubator for minority- and women-owned businesses.
The Verona Collection lookbook highlights multiple ways of wearing the pieces with accessories like sunglasses and various hand-dyed hijabs. Prices range from $13 to $85. In a statement, Vogl explained why finding space at Macy’s is so important to her. “Verona Collection is more than a clothing brand. It’s a platform for…
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