Sometimes incorrect assumptions are made per an individual’s style choices. For instance, because these colors are somewhat bold, people at times assume that I must be a loud, outgoing/talkative, i.e. an extrovert. I would be totally remiss if I said that I wasn’t a passionate person, however I cannot concur with the idea of being outgoing or an extrovert. I’ve discussed it before, I am most certainly an introvert (read more here).
Admittedly, I can also see telltale signs of change. Change is the only thing that is constant and inevitable. Case in point: I can remember times when I would shy away from certain clothing choices simply because I didn’t want to have dialogue about what I was wearing or to draw 'unnecessary attention'.
My how things have changed! At present I actually enjoy writing about my style (sometimes I still can't believe it) and now I have the most random exchanges with bystanders. Blogging has helped me to be open to unexpected conversations, relationships, and commonalities. Nonetheless, I am still no Master of it, LOL!
I have always dressed for a party of 1. That is, whatever I wore/wear was/is for my own personal consumption/enjoyment. Bold colors (see here), mixed prints (see here), black & white duos (see here), or visits down neutral lane (see here)- whatever I wear-it’s all for me! I love to feel good in my clothing. Style is a way to express my creative individuality. Creative expression is never limited per ethnicity, size, age, or personality type.
Sunnies: F21| Top: F21 (size large)| Skirt: Eloquii (also worn here)| Sandals: Kelly & Katie| Handbag: Coach