All posts tagged: Self-Reflection

OOTD: Style is a thumbprint

I do not identify as a fashionable person, I think to be fashionable is to have a certain relationship, expertise and connection with the industry as a dominant form of self-expression and interest.  Fashion is definitely an interest of mine, but because I am a limited human, I have allocated my limited attention and time to the art form I feel the strongest about – literature. In literature, however, I also encounter style. In literature I have a style of my own. It manifests in the voice of my poetry, my favourite writers and texts, and aspiring reading list. Since I am a cohesive human being, style reflects in other parts of me, and very evidently, shows up in my fashion. I often value comfort and functionality in my outfit choices. But more importantly, I value feeling comfortable and functional in what I wear. To be comfortable and functional is to be at ease in my skin, to feel at peace with who I am, what I have received and have to offer. It is …