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metal filigree masks are definitely the fashion accessory of this year . there are ideal and suitable due them not covering the whole face but leaving parts of it exposed , and they can still keep there feminine looks ...can i add they also look great and different to most masks.
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Re: Fashionable/socially acceptable masks?

Postby Dov144 » October 5th, 2012, 7:57 am


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I was just speaking about this with a professor the other day, regarding sunglasses. He equated them to masks in the way that other people interact with you or others interact with people wearing them in certain situations. For example sometimes people may get upset/ nervous if you are wearing sunglasses inside or at night and also in the context of conversation with strangers. His point was it came down to respect and if you are not letting people see your eyes you are disconnecting/ hiding yourself from them. This is interesting to me now even more so after reading through this thread and thinking more about "socially acceptable" hmmm...


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One of my favorite masks was that of King Baldwin in Kingdom of Heaven. Worn to cover a disfigured face it reminds us that masks are in some cases a prosthetic.

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Re: Fashionable/socially acceptable masks?

Postby Lmo » October 26th, 2012, 11:36 am

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...can i add they also look great and different to most masks.


Interesting. But SPAM is SPAM and we would prefer that you don't sell them here.

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Re: Fashionable/socially acceptable masks?

Postby Lmo » October 26th, 2012, 11:55 am

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His point was it came down to respect and if you are not letting people see your eyes you are disconnecting/ hiding yourself from them. This is interesting to me now even more so after reading through this thread and thinking more about "socially acceptable" hmmm...


There is of course, another aspect of concealing one's eyes.. .. .

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Re: Fashionable/socially acceptable masks?

Postby eobet » October 27th, 2012, 2:46 pm


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Re: Fashionable/socially acceptable masks?

Postby yo » October 27th, 2012, 8:39 pm

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Its Halloween... pretty much any mask is socially acceptable right now....

Re: Fashionable/socially acceptable masks?

Postby Variant » November 7th, 2012, 9:13 am


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No? :wink:

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