Fashion and style trends are a recurring process. The retro pin-up girl look is making its comeback from the 40’s to today. Having been popularized by Burlesque models in the early 40′ to 80’s. Those pin-up models pictures were mass produced and attracted a wider audience with the need to spread its appeal as pop culture. These informal posters were found anywhere from walls, poles, posts, and even those cigarette packs from Lucky Strike.
Pin-up fashion is synonymous to and a combination of Burlesque, Rockabilly and Old Hollywood Glamour in terms of clothes, hair, makeup, shoes and accessories. It’s all about being classy yet elegant, flirty without going overboard. It’s more on minimalism and simplicity with just a little skin exposure. With a little cleavage men are teased. This style celebrates women, from their curves to their flawless faces. Don’t worry if you think you aren’t skinny enough to pull off the perfect pin up girl look. The pin-up culture embraces your natural hips and curves.
Celebrities Embracing the Pin-up Look
Christina Aguilera and Gwen Stefani have been spotted on red carpets events, cameos and recordings in Pin-up make-up and fashion. Some of their music videos have a touch of pin-up styles through the hair, dance styles and costumes.Lire la suite