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Having an undefined style is the "new" style


Being asked how to define your style, is often a frightening question... speaking from personal experience it sucks  it really sucks to slap a predetermined label to define your style. Quite frankly why should you settle for any other word than "you" when speaking on your daily masterpiece? With a recent yet brilliant discovery, I realized  I should avoid shopping in attempt to mirror one particular style, but instead shop multiple combinations of styles, combining pieces that interest me. This method although it seems a bit ingenious, is often forgotten. Late night ponders have led me to question, when did individuality and breaking fashion rules become such a muted commonality ? Although my closet may not fit the perfectly curated categories of many well known fashion, style bloggers/ influencers, my closet need be said is certainly random, but a sheer representation of beautiful "me". With items ranging from a  thrifted floor length pink Lord And Taylor tufted jacket [often mistaken for a quilt], subtle Guess button downs, to loud bohemian sheer printed items, all...... the way .... to Free People lacy floor length dresses, accompanied by Gothic punk inspired, Jeffrey Campbell, creepers . Yes. I am proud to say my closet does not need to look like anyone else's because it is fun and representative of myself. This blissful realization is something I wish all of you lovely readers to explore while getting dressed truly pick items that represent you as an individual, and if no one is wearing it [that's always a plus]. 
"Having an undefined, unpredictable style is certainly the "NEW" and best way to approach STYLE." 






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