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How Steampunk Became a Stylish Protest to the Digital Age (Published 2018) (www.nytimes.com)

Percolating since the 1980s, this underground style, which mixes Victorian style with Jules Verne retrofuturism, served as a pointed protest to smartphones and social media in the early aughts.

Gotta love fashion that knows how to use gears and metal for something other than machinery. 

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As a girl who loves everything sweet and lovely, there is no surprise that I'm addicted to three main things in life: ice cream, fantasy fiction, and my adorable dogs. Growing up in the mountains, I have a natural love for the outdoors and a travel lust that can't be quenched (well it can but only because I have to save up money in between)! When I'm not busy exploring the wilderness or reading my next favorite book, you'll find me diving into video game worlds such as Final Fantasy and Legend of Zelda- exploring their vast worlds and obsession over my favorite characters :)

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