What I find interesting is that, before the 1920’s, tanning …

Comment on Skin Colour is Not a Fashion Statement (And no, we won’t “get a tan…”) by Theresa.

What I find interesting is that, before the 1920’s, tanning was considered vulgar because it meant you were working class and got it from your job. The whiter your skin, the richer and more delicate you were. I don’t know that I would say we should return to this extreme either, but I think telling someone they have to tan is wrong. An skin color can be fashionable; you just have to wear colors that compliment it (unless you really don’t care, in which case, wear what you want!) Plus, pale people have the advantage of never worrying about tan lines 🙂

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