The Fashion Industry: Free To Be An Individual By Hannah Berry

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In the articles, “In Defense of Liz Lemon” by Emily Nussbaum and “The Fashion Industry: Free to Be an Individual” by Hannah Berry, both discuss how women can choose to step out of the typical stereotype on how women should be portrayed and be who they truly want to be. For centuries, there has been an unspoken code on how women should act, dress, and behave. However, through the years women have started to step out of those roles to embrace who they are truly are. Considering that women are becoming more powerful and successful than ever before, one would have to agree that women no longer stand in the shadows of men in the workplace or at home. Women are now becoming more comfortable in who they are by showing their personality and confidence in the way they act, dress and communicate to others. Berry’s article discusses the outward appearance of a woman and her tastes whereas Nussbaum’s article discusses the deep down inside personality that shows in every aspect of the characters life. In the article, “The Fashion Industry: Free to Be an Individual” by Hanna Berry. Berry discusses how for decades, women have been told to use certain products and that if they used those products they would be …show more content…
This article is similar to the article “The Fashion Industry: Free to Be an Individual” by Hannah Berry, because both articles speak on how women need to embrace their individuality and reach deep inside of themselves and allow that to show in every aspect of their lives. Each and every woman is free to be exactly who she wants to be, no matter what anyone else thinks. For example, in the comedy, 30 Rock, Liz Lemon “wore Duane Reade bags for underwear” (Nussbaum 57) and decided to be a cheerleader and shake her butt as an older lady. This showed she didn’t care what others thought and was comfortable just being herself. NEED STUFF

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