You can spend your hard-earned cash on women-specific clothing, but not as much as you think.
The top 10 fashion trends of the 1990s, for example, were all about making men feel superior to women.
Women in the industry, by contrast, had to focus on finding styles that were flattering to women and appealing to men, the New York Times reported.
And the most popular women’s clothing brands of the time were all niche brands.
When you buy a men’s suit, for instance, it’s not going to look great on a woman.
It’s a very different experience when you buy your own clothes.
You can look at the top 10 trends in the 90s and compare them to the top 20 trends today, according to the Times.
They’re very similar.
They’re all women’s, and it’s all in a niche market.
You can also look at other women’s fashion trends from the 90’s.
That was a time when a lot of women were having a lot more sex, so women’s outfits became more tailored.
They had more options.
There was a lot less of a focus on gender equality, according the Times, which found that the number of women in fashion doubled from the 1970s to the 1990.
But women still felt a sense of inferiority, the Times said.
We know that women still have a long way to go, especially in terms of their pay, and that it’s only going to get better, so we should be doing all we can to help women.
I want to thank the women who worked at The New York Review of Books who helped me with this article.
This article has been updated to include a statement from Amazon.