There is something very relaxing about menswear-inspired outfits. They come together with the slouch-all-you-want attitude because you no longer have to pretend to be a lady while you are trespassing on men's territory. Add a hat paired with a graphic tee and you suddenly feel like the coolest person on the block. When it comes to clothes, it's all about the feels, right?
SINCE FOR VERY OBVIOUS REASONS, fashion is often labeled as a superficial industry, there are a lot of deep individuals out who see themselves as critical thinkers and who will tell you this: “I’m not into fashion and I just wear things I like.” Okay. Let me process that. So… those of us into fashion don’t wear what we like? The response would be something in the lines of “No, I meant I am not influenced by trends.”
Let me scoff at that for a second.
WHEN YOU REALLY THINK ABOUT it, there is nothing easier to wear than a good dress. Instant outfit. Grab a bag and a pair of shoes and you are basically done. Sure, when it comes to comfort and convenience, pants are incomparable to skirts, especially if you are like me and after hours of sitting at work you are known of putting your heel on your opposite knee in an inconspicuous attempt to stretch your gluts or - when your shoes and surroundings allow it - of subtly tucking one leg underneath you.
I’VE ALWAYS SEEN MYSELF as a creator; a visual creature that never found one artistic niche she could settle into. When it comes to creative endeavors, I am up for anything that stimulates me and, as a result, I’ve come to a point in life where I juggle multiple roles.
IF SPRING COULD PERSONIFY into someone who had multiple social media accounts, by now it would have definitely gone crazy from all the tags/mentions it got. Not a day went by without me seeing people complaining about winter and begging spring to come. Now that it’s finally here, people will probably start talking about summer in no time. Spring, you will soon be forgotten.