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32. If dressing were the only thing you did, and you were considered an expert and asked to explain your style philosophy, what would say?
Simple elegance, ease.
A lover of fashion-forward vintage. With a modest twist.
Wear what's comfortable and fits very well
It's all about the fit.
Comfort and functionality are foundational; appearance is only the outside. But you can have both.
Fuck everyone else. Dress in a way that makes you feel good.
Beta Goth School Babe with Pastel and Neon Sparkles... something like that. I would never be an expert. I'm too much of a style anachronism.
To invest in pieces you love and that are functional to your lifestyle.
dress to suit your body-
dress for the occasion.
less is more, with a little zing.
for example i like pleated pants because i need to carry things in pockets: car keys batteries for cameras, note pads. pleated pants give roomy pockets/ i get chilly/ i always wear a jacket- it covers my aging upper arms and again gives pockets and polish. form follows function.
also if you wear a hat- even if it is a beret you get credit for being well dressed. i do not know why but the same outfit on the street with and without a hat will always get a 2nd look at the hat person.
Simple and classic with a penchant for expensive jewels.
Eclectic! Don't stick with one thing and experiment!
If you don't like it, don't wear it.
Timeless looks are always elegant, but ultimately wearing what makes you the most happy and fits well is the key to building a solid wardrobe you enjoy.
Vintagey? Feminine? but casual, jeans are your friend in winter!
I got told I dress like a stylish grandmother the other day? I don't know if that was a compliment or not..
I wear what I like, deal with it, and go forth a buy stuff you like: the colors, the texture, the feel, the look. And if it is a giraffe onesie, do it.
Oh gosh, I hope this is never a thing that happens. My philosophy is match things, and blend in. Dark neutrals.
Here's the secret: there are no rules.
Get rid of 90% of your closet. Free yourself.
I'd ramble all of what I've written here already.