Fashion is a constantly-changing field filled with colors, designs, and ideas. New ideas are created almost every day, yet some traditions and established ideas remain strong even as the years pass. And when it comes to fashion design, one of the lasting images is the skull. What is the history of the use of the skull in fashion? What makes it so appealing, and what allowed it to stay relevant for such a very long time?
Both stars and fashion icons have been seen time and again to rock skull-related apparel. The reasoning for this is obvious. And most of these reasons are already mentioned in the earlier parts of this article. Skull designs are seen sewn or printed in the most basic pieces of apparel such as t-shirts and pants. These designs are also seen in stages as big as the most prestigious ramp events in the world. Other skull-related artworks such as pin-ups, sugar skulls, and mythical images are also very common in these clothes. It’s mainly a testament to the superior flexibility of the skull as a fashion bit.
Speaking of skull fashion, I will put one pic of making skull print t-shirts, it is very simple and I am sure you can find more fun when you are doing this.
The skull is one of the most attractive and fashionable motifs around. But for some people, the skull means more than just another design, but rather a statement. With its simple yet iconic silhouette, deep meanings, and superior versatility, there’s no doubt that the skull will remain a fashion icon for a very long time. Expect to see the ubiquitous skull in fashion items worldwide for the foreseeable future.
Fashion wearing: Zanzea® T-shirt.