Saturday, October 25, 2008
A simple Question
why is it that humans feel the need to dress, or camouflage, themselves to mirror the seasons. As soon as the trees start to change color, we immediately start wearing deeper shades of yellow and orange and red, imitating the trees. All winter clothes seem to have snowflakes on them. Is this a cry to be closer to nature? or merely some fashion designer's joke? The saying goes that one should not wear white after Labor Day, but is it only so that we don't clash with the snow, or is it because of the more practical reason, you might get lost in it?