As I’ve gotten more into making my own clothes and achieving good fit, I’ve also become a lot more aware of bad fitting clothing on other people. Most of this is on people around me, but some also on television since not everybody there is well groomed with the greatest wardrobe. That said, I never thought I’d be commenting on President Barack Obama’s wardrobe.
My Fashion Philosophy
Do you have some fashion philosophies? Some guidelines or trends by which you buy/make clothes? I do, and I share mine below in summary of an overarching philosophy, elaborating on each element later.
If you don’t have some fashion philosophies, you might consider formulating some. You can develop it by thought, or start by analyzing what you have in your closet, and deciding what you might like to change. What you wear does make an impression and does form some portion of your identity. Not having some conscious fashion philosophies is a bit like not having an identity for which you have some say in. Are you the type to run around without an identity you give yourself? 🙂
If you do have some fashion philosophies, or will be getting some, please do share. You can link to this post or leave a comment.
Steve Jobs Could Be the MOST Popular Outfit This Hallowe’en
Black turtleneck. Official St.Croix brand optional at $190 US.
Not that much hair on your head.
A little hair on your face.
An Apple gadget or two.