Best Fashion Choices For The Active Vaper – Vaping Clothing and Closet Accessories We All Should Have

d1a95abf572f50c77117a5aa3751c7e4When it comes to fashion and staying in style we are always trying to keep up with the latest trends and crazes and part of that largely involves keeping up with popular culture.  From the things we eat to the places we visit to the hobbies we enjoy there can be a lot of factors and influences that go into the decisions we make on how we choose to dress.  What you are wearing can make a statement on such things as your sense of style, your clothing preferences, how you carry yourself and the appearance message you are trying to convey.  Some looks we consider timeless while others we associate with specific periods of time and societies but all fashion is always worth remembering and discussing from time to time.  One recent cultural trend we think has a lot to do with fashion is vaping.  Wildly popular with the younger generation vape pens and best dab pens go hand and hand with fashion forward thinking.  This got us brainstorming on what classic clothing styles and  accessories would well into the vaping community.  Here are just a few of the vaporizer pen associated fashion ideas we came up with.

Top Clothing Choice For The Avid Vaper Number One: Cargo Pants and Cargo Shorts

Almost always in style and available in almost every color imaginable the cargo pant and cargo short are a classic look that almost everyone can pull off in some way or another.  Also a great unisex concept this recommendation works well for both males and females.  The main reason however we like this vape pen fashion concept so much is the fact that it gives you plenty of pocket options to store your vaporizer pen device and its other accessories such as e-liquids and vape juices.  With plenty of easy access and easy storage pockets these are a perfect solution for the traveling vaper who is on the go.

Top Clothing Choice For The Avid Vaper Number Two: Side Sacks and Shoulder Bags and Wallets

Perfectly fine for both guys and gals the shoulder bag / wallet is a hip new look and accessory that has been trending up lately.  Now more popular then ever with men the “man purse” or side wallet is a common sight to see on all genders nowadays.  We like this vaping fashion accessory a lot due to the fact that can find a bag that fits all your vape pen and dab pen carrying needs.  These give you pockets and storage space galore and often go well with a variety of outfits.

Top Clothing Choice For The Avid Vaper Number Three: Sunglasses

More for fashion then function every avid vaper needs a couple good pair of sunglasses.  While we have been preferring the Aviator glasses look this will ultimately be up to preference on what you like to wear.  Sometimes when vaping your eyes can become low and this is the perfect way to hide red or droopy eyes.  We also love to vape outdoors and this is perfect way to keep your eyes protected from the sun while looking great at the time.  What is your favorite style of sunglasses to wear?

100 Years of Women’s Fashion – A Kept Couture Look Back In Style

girlsWhen it comes to creating new looks and lines for the Kept Couture fashion brand a lot of ideas and inspiration are drawn from historical designs.  Never one to copy we turn to history for creative concepts that lend themselves to new clothing styles and types.  It always amazes us how fast fashion trends change over the years and how often our clothing likes and dislikes fluctuate depending on popular culture.  This PrimetimeClothing and NationalPositions infographic of women’s fashion over the years is a great example of the exact cycles clothing is exposed to.  Lets take a look at some of our favorite styles from each year to get better understanding about how old ideas can lead to new and futuristic fashion trends.

100 Years of Women’s Fashion – 1920’s (T-Strap Shoes)

For the 1920’s we have to go with the T-Strap Shoe.  An iconic and classic look the t-strap shoe has timeless features that transfer extremely well into today.  They are also a great reminder that showing a little more skin when done tastefully can really go along way towards spicing up a look.

100 Years of Women’s Fashion – 1930’s (Patterned Sweaters)

Sure you might not be breaking out that old ugly Christmas sweater anytime soon but the 1930’s showed us that patterned sweaters can have there place in society.  What we can learn from this is how well patterns and prints can perform when the concept is applied appropriately to clothing.

100 Years of Women’s Fashion – 1940’s (Halter Tops)

The decade of the halter top the 1940’s is when we got to see fashion get a little more frisky.  One of our favorite parts about the halter top is that its a great example of how flexible and open to interpretation some fashion concepts can be.

100 Years of Women’s Fashion – 1950’s (Poodle Skirts)

Tight at the waist and poofed out at the bottom the Poodle skirt shows us just how fun fashion can be.  Often created in bright colors with a whimsical design embroidered on this is a skirt that reminds us to always bring joy and positivity to the clothes we create.

100 Years of Women’s Fashion – 1960’s (Peace Signs)

Peace is always in but in the 1960’s the peace sign could often be found proudly displayed on articles of clothing.  While most of us are not walking around in peace wear today it is a part of clothing history that shows just how powerful icons of the times can be.  Fashion can be made to fit very specifically with the culture of the time and this is a great example of that.

100 Years of Women’s Fashion – 1970’s (Pant Suits)

We love the pants suit because it highlights how innovative you can get when combining more then one fashion concepts together.  Fashion ideas can crossover and transcend from there original purposes and the pants suit is perfect proof of that.

100 Years of Women’s Fashion – 1980’s (Ankle Socks)

Ankle socks always get us excited because it highlights how accessories and less then appealing clothing items can come to life and take on entirely new role.  It also shows us that fashion can have function as well.

100 Years of Women’s Fashion – 1990’s (Puffy Jackets)

Puffy jackets inspire us as they really showcase how the use of materials and textures can work really well in fashion.  Ideas such as layering and contouring come from this and its a great tribute to what can be done in fashion with shapes and levels.

100 Years of Women’s Fashion – 2000’s (Bare Midriffs)

We are drawn to the bare midriff not so much because of its sex appeal but more to the fact that it highlights in fashion how less can be more.  High fashion is about using the body in conjunction with the clothing to build attractiveness and bare midriffs bring this type of fashion theory to the forefront.

100 Years of Women’s Fashion – 2010+ (Designer Denim)

Today we can see its all about designer and custom fits.  People want to feel exclusive and look successful and important.  Its hard to stand out in today’s crowd and our clothes are one way to do so which is why we created Kept Couture.  We want to keep designer fashion alive for the next 100 years!

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