1. When do you feel at your most attractive?
1. When do you feel at your most attractive?
when my lipstick matches my outfit
2. Do you notice women on the street? If so, what sort of women do you tend to notice or admire?
i admire practically all women around me that hold themselves with confidence. that tends to be the thing i mostly pick up on, if a women holds herself tall and looks effortlessly proud and comfortable, she automatically seems admirable because in some situations that is very brave.
3. What are some things you admire about how other women present themselves?
i admire women that present themselves however they deem fit. women that do what they want even when it isn't considered the 'norm'.
i don't remember a specific moment, but when i was about 13 i just gave up with caring about what other people thought and dressed how i wanted. i think it mostly happened at this time because it was when my parents started to oppose a lot of the things i was wearing (e.g short skirts etc) and i just didn't understand why they had so many rules, so i gave up crying and wore what i wanted and used fashion to represent myself.
my, sort of, life motto is along the lines of "no one cares, just work harder". I'm certain this doesn't apply in all situations, but is how i approach things in day to day life like work, chores, working out etc.
i have about 4 plain black t-shirts, 3 plain white t-shirts and 3 plain grey t-shirts, that are all exactly the same style. i buy them because it means that i can put them with practically everything and i won't think that something in my outfit is clashing.
crop tops with slogan or words like 'geek' or 'nerd', or any item of clothing with these kinds of embellishment. i don't think they look good on most people and they make me feel like a 11 year old girl.
i have very different style from my mother.
i tend to swap and share a lot of clothing with my sister, like most sisters do.
when i was younger i wore a skater skirt everyday that i wasn't at school. i refused to wear anything else because i didn't like change and was scared of people not liking my style, so i thought if i wore the same thing everyday then that wouldn't happen. my style changed dramatically when i didn't wear these skirts ever again. it was all because i went on holiday with new people who had a quirky style and i knew they wouldn't care.
a large hourglass shape. like a week-long timer, when a regular hourglass is only 1 minute long.
very different to what people think ,but isn't eveybodies. my mind is fairly book smart and somewhat street smart, but always overthinking.
i don't really understand other peoples emotions (that or i don't care about them). i am very honest and i get frustrated easily.
i am wearing pj trousers, a vest top and a big fluffy jumper. my nails are mostly chipped and I'm wearing zero makeup. my hair is in a wonky ponytail.
what is 'this stuff'? but i think fairly?
i think i have eclectic tastes when it comes to other peoples fashion choices, but I'm very specific when it come to mine. i think style is more important.
i asked my mother for a wool cardigan for around £70 from superdry, when i was younger. i never wore it ever and that has always felt like the biggest waste of money to me, mostly because it was someone else money wasted because of me.
recently i have learnt that wearing a casual outfit with a fancy (ish) bra or bralett underneath that is showing, can pass as somewhat fancy.
whenever i feel stressed about working or not in the mood to work, i always get completely ready and do my hair, makeup, the works. it makes me feel like I'm in control and can tackle anything and be anything.
i was taught how to care for a lot of clothing, but most style ideas have come from either the internet or walking round streets.
i think wearing anything that makes you feel confident is how to feel sexy. even if it means feeling confident in jeans an a t-shirt or feeling confident wearing nothing, both are equally as sexy.
as i said near the top of this survey i admire confident people. i think comfort leads to confidence.
i have no clue what I'm doing most of the time
a lot of personalities.
a school uniform
yes, mostly piercings and jewellery
comforting mostly, but sometimes infuriating
i love the fashion of the 1950's in britain.
..... oh dear
i like the soothing process of applying makeup, i dot really care how it looks when I'm finished
minimal jewellery, minimalist clothing
i keep a tie dye t-shirt with a bleach stain on it, because it was my mothers and she was really sad when is got stained, even though its not very nice, i still keep it and never wear it.
my gymnastics leotard from when i was younger. it was thrown out because i was growing too big for it and i want it back because i miss the time in my life that i hold with that leotard.
not waste money on pointless things that you will come to hate in a few years.
the perfect pair of jeans
i try to keep them neat
im not sure if this counts, but i was given my grandmothers earrings when she died, and i love them.
a pair of denim shorts. i never used to wear shorts. ever. but i went on holiday and i knew that i would overheat if i worn anything long, so i brought a pair of shorts. i wore them everyday and fell in love with them.
i shop best with my sister and/or mother in town or london. i am very apprehensive about buying clothes online, so rarely do, however, i will buy as much underwear or as many non-wearable objects as my heart desires online. just not clothes.
i try to save as much as possible for bigger 'investments', but most of my money is spent on regular, everyday clothing instead