|Posted by Ashley Beal on July 24, 2014 at 2:10 PM|
The way Barnum advertises is one of a kind. I have found some interesting advertising he had done in old Bridgeport newspapers. I actually like the way in which he advertised. I mean at times he was extending the truth, but for the most part he was using vivid and action words to lure the people in going. And to what we all know he must have done a very good job if he could build three houses. Barnum was a business man. He was about his money.
Now to jump to another topic, I have been looking through this book about clothing in each era and I stumbled upon an era that wore see through shirts. I thought this was quite obscene, because the older generation talks about the way kids dress today, but in the 60s (I believe that was the era) they were wearing SEE THROUGH shirts. Granted clothing today is skimpy, but anyone wouldn’t dare wear a see through shirt. Well I can’t speak for all, but I wouldn’t wear a see through shirt, even if it was a fashion trend. The older generation can’t really say anything about the younger generation’s attire because a lot of it comes from their generations. Clothing is clothing I guess.
Another topic I’m jumping to is the miniature circus. I didn’t get a chance to start any work on it, but the time will surely come. I want to finish the work I have then start on that. The anticipation I am building up, is exciting. I can’t wait till I pull the pieces out and get an understanding of it all.
Until next time, see through shirts were a fashion trend.
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