Run across an old photo of yourself and tried to trace what happened to the old shirt or dress you used to like? Or do you still have an item of clothing that you've had ten fifteen twenty years ago? In our early twenties our bones stop growing so there is really no need to not keep our clothes for years if we take care of them. But the fashion industry is designed to convince otherwise intwlligent adults that the perfectly serviceable clothes they wore last year cold not possibly be worn this year because they are out of style. Who decides what you can and cannot wear? I stopped wearing mini skirts when I was waiting for Newbury's to open one morning in downtown Los Angeles when this man took my arm cause he thought I was "working." It's not that I don't have the right to wear mini skirts but they draw the attention of the type of men to whom I'd rather be invisible. Still it is I, not the fashion industry, who decides how I dress.