FashionSchoolReview.com Names the Top Has-Been Fashions of 2006

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A recent article on FashionSchoolReview.com offers advice for fashion design school students and professionals alike on what 2006 fashion trends should be purged from fashionable wardrobes. FashionSchoolReview.com also offers the inside scoop on fashion design industry trends for 2007 along with information on fashion schools, fashion tips, and fashion and apparel design resources.

Both fashion students and fashion pros who make a New Year's resolution to be stylish in 2007 will learn which 2006 fashion trends should be retired at FashionSchoolReview.com, an interactive fashion education site. In her article "Fashion in the New Year," FashionSchoolReview.com columnist Amelia Gray details five of the biggest fashion mistakes of 2006. Gray's article offers a lighthearted yet useful look at some of the 2006 fashion trends that should be abandoned for 2007. Two of the biggest fashion mistakes of 2006, according to Gray, were the "skinny jean" and gaucho pants.

In her article, Gray suggests that as a fashionista, you should resolve to: "Cut skinny pants from your wardrobe, and regain the ability to breathe, move, and wear clothes that accentuate your best features." The full text of "Fashion in the New Year" can be read at http://www.fashionschoolreview.com/news/2006/12/new-year-fashion.html

People.com supports Gray's New Year's resolution suggestion by declaring "Former drainpipe devotees Nicole Richie and Paris Hilton have come out in flared jeans in the past few weeks, and Rachel Bilson, who we thought looked adorable in her skinny jeans, has also moved onto wider straight leg jeans...it looks like this trend is winding down."

FashionSchoolReview.com (http://www.fashionschoolreview.com) is an interactive and informative fashion school Web site that helps users interested in fashion school find the right fit. Users can search for fashion schools around the world, get the latest fashion trends, and access articles about the industry. FashionSchoolReview.com is the ideal source for anyone interested in fashion school.

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