AMONG OTHER THINGS

NO, I AM NOT TRYING to sell you this armchair although, I must admit, I liked it so much, my brain might have imagined a few ways on how to inconspicuously transport it from the café to my room. I don’t always understand why my brain likes creating never-likely-to-happen scenarios like that, but I still like how it’s never boring up there. It likes creating so much that it keeps pushing me to make things. Different things. So many different things that when asked what I do in life, I just end up staring at people thinking:

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EARTH CALLING

I ALWAYS THOUGHT THAT I couldn’t wear earth tones. It was one of those self-imposed realities where I arbitrarily decided that earth tones make small, pale me look lifeless. During my high-school days, I tried ‘rolling in the dirt’ but all those brown hues made me feel uncool because, you know, there are always those girls who can wear brown, rust, or mustard like they were the most complimenting colors out there, whereas in my eyes, I looked like I had forgotten to take my vitamins in the morning.

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WELL PLAID

THE COLD WAVE THAT HIT and buried January under heaps of snow had us believing that winter wouldn't end as fast as it did. Thinking back now, perhaps we overzealously used the snowy backdrop unaware of the fact that by the time we got to post these photos, spring would have prematurely barged its way in. Anyway, the snow is long gone, taking with it the memory of all of that New-Year-new-me crap, and here we are, already over with the first week of March. The uncanny speed with which time flies fills my head with a lot of thoughts, the least important ones being: what on earth did I wear before I had this piece of clothing?

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PERSONAL PREFERENCE

I LIKE TO THINK OF MYSELF as an open-minded individual. I try to respect diverse opinions even when I either don’t agree or find them utterly ridiculous. For me, style is opinion visualized and every visual opinion is subjected to a verbal one. The problem arises when I’m asked: why wear that?

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