"I see a lot of slogan tees with sassy slogans on that I self admittedly only bought because well it's a cheap buy and I thought it would make a good instagram shot. I see a lot of #FWIS shots of coffee cups, cute summer dresses and oh god SO MANY STRIPES. I see that I have more Taylor Swift tshirts than the average person, and that big sunglasses are my fave accessory to have in a photo ever. I see that as the years have passed I've become so much more comfortable with my body, with the curves I used to hate and the excess fat I used to loathe. I see a girl that's comfortable with sexuality, femininity and embracing it as a part of her style. I guess, I see me."
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follow url Personal style - I've written about this countless times, and well I stick by it. Fashion is actually really boring. I spent my formative years pretty much wanting to be a hybrid of Carrie Bradshaw and Lauren Conrad - althoughly sadly LC sounds a hell of a lot catchier than MR (oh god my initials literally sound like a hospital scan - this is very disappointing.) This led me study fashion at university where I learned about - well, a lot of really pointless shit about the fashion industry, and some slightly more useful things about the industry. I learned that pattern cutting is actually really bloody difficult, and that I'm possibly the world's worst designer, I learned that the psychology of retail and visual merchandising is actually super interesting, and I also learned that I had zero interest in what year jeans started becoming a staple or slowly seeing trends echo out through the world.
http://battunga.com.au/?giopere=investimento-trading-con-fineco&495=41 I started posting my looks on Lookbook NU (lol throwback anyone) and discovered that style was way more fascinating, more so - the personal style diaries of the girls that I loved following on the internet. Looking through the archives of my online footprint, you can see the journey that I went through, and well - that we've all gone through, trying to figure out what our personal style, here is. You can see that I went through a phase of dying my hair approximately 3563748 colours, you can see I took the myspace **look at my boobs** selfie a little too far sometimes, and that from 2012 - 2018 I've never really strayed far from the cliche 'blogger' item of the moment. But am I any closer to actually defining what my personal style actually is?
comment rencontrer hommes Sometimes I flick through my insta and sort of stalk myself, and what I wear. I see a lot of slogan tees with sassy slogans on that I self admittedly only bought because well it's a cheap buy and I thought it would make a good instagram shot. I see a lot of #FWIS shots of coffee cups, cute summer dresses and oh god SO MANY STRIPES. I see that I have more Taylor Swift tshirts than the average person, and that big sunglasses are my fave accessory to have in a photo ever. I see that as the years have passed I've become so much more comfortable with my body, with the curves I used to hate and the excess fat I used to loathe. I see a girl that's comfortable with sexuality, femininity and embracing it as a part of her style. I guess, I see me.
Here's the thing - style isn't linear, and we all have different moods.
http://aquanetta.pl/?kostromesp=strategie-inwestycyjne-opcje-binarne&129=2c I'm writing this in peak blogger mood - I woke up this morning in a comped hotel stay at a 5* suite in Liverpool Street and sitting in Starbucks - with a load of ideas. I'm wearing an A line denim skirt, some trainers - because THANK GOD COMFY SHOES ARE IN STYLE GUYS, and a striped red and white tee that says Saturday because lol that makes a perfect instagram and I mean it also wouldn't really be acceptable to wear this tee on any other day.
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source Sometimes I'll pretend to be the rich, spinster, divorcee that I know I'll eventually become and wear a long, silk maxi dress with a slit up the side to show off the tan I've put on out of a bottle and pair it with a designer bag - because well money is power, and the few designer items I have, make me feel like a powerful fucking woman.
http://web-impressions.net/fister/440 Sometimes I'll wear jeans that are creased, a plain white tee that has a tiny fake tan stain at the hem, but if I tuck it in my jeans at the right place you can't really see it - and some sandals. I kind of look like a lazy hippie artist, but hey I got up and got dressed and sometimes that's enough of a miracle on it's own.
http://www.dalelast.com.au/piskodrele/firyue/1121 It doesn't have to be consistent - all of these moods and people are you.
binaire optie brokers nederland I spend a lot of time looking for clothes, buying clothes, thinking about clothes and sorting through my clothes. As a result, I spend a lot of time thinking about what certain items of my clothing mean to me, and how I feel about them. For instance - my favourite summer outfit of 2017 is also the outfit I had a first date with the last man who broke me a little, so now when I see it hanging in my wardrobe, I feel a little sad, a little empty, and a little like his hands slipped around my waist in our first kiss has tainted it for me. I see the long, floral maxi dress that I last wore to dinner with one of my best friends - and I feel happy inside. I feel thrilled that I've made such incredible friends in this city, ones that pick me up, hold me up and that I know I can go to with anything.
rencontre femmes marrakech ephemere Clothes can make us, they can hold memories, emotions, personalities, connotations. But sometimes they can also just be clothes. Sometimes I'll feel heartbreak, pleasure, sensuality, friendship, adoration, and a whole tirade of emotions. And sometimes, I'll just see a dress to put on.
http://tripleinfo.net/viposiw/pioer/1738 At the end of the day? They're just clothes. Buy the ridiculous sequin hotpants that 5 year old you would have loved, buy the sassy slogan tee - even if you only ever wear it around the house. Wear the boots that your mum would say should belong to a hooker, and wear the push up bra with the summer dress - if you makes you feel good, you should do it. The one thing I've learned about personal style? It's a journey - and it doesn't really matter anyway.
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