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July 24, 2014 • Beauty & Fashion, Culture & Community, Entertainment, News, People, Second Life, Shopping

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It is estimated that fashion has always been present in the lives of human beings, that very early started to cover with animal skins for protection from weather and, over time, this protection was becoming increasingly synonymous with power and status. Over the years, this idea has been enhanced and improved increasingly, so we become consumers and connoisseurs of fashion, function that we exercised until today.

Situated in a universe that lives around 4 seasons and 2 periods of fashion shows, people become increasingly intimate fashion and everything that is around this. Currently, approximately 9 of 10 british say that London is the ideal place for shopping. It is not hard to imagine, considering the major events and the fame that surround London, whether for its lively music, either by common sense and good taste to get dressed.

Between expensive boutiques and specialty stores freebies, the capital goes far beyond stores. Thus, it is possible to find newbies the older sims walking the wide avenues searching for clothes that interest you, or demonstrating his critical sense and well-formed sets, even if it isn’t this his real profession.

You can still find people willing to help voluntarily with clothes, haircuts and other items, making Hyde Park is the major center of gathering of newbies and old sims, all willing to help each other.

Despite London being one of the cradles of fashion, the “fashionism” is a rule dictated by the streets, and the style of each seems to be present in the blood of the people, they really love to go to Hyde Park, or Pubs and shopping, very well trimmed.

I doubt you find both fashionista gathered 24 hours a day in the same city, after London has that look of timeless Fashion Week. Check it out the London street style in the slide below:

Fashion Street Style in London

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