I consider the halls of my high school my own personal runway. School is where I tell my life story to everyone who passes and gives me the "once-over." Whether they smile and compliment or distort their facial features in disgust to express their opinion of my ensemble, I'm never afraid to experiment with fashion. I woke up this morning thinking it might be that one day out of the entire year that I'll voluntarily throw on that t shirt I got after finishing a 5k run, or slip on those shoes that my whole generation swears by: UGGS. But strange things were afoot (at the circle- K ;] to those of you familiar with Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, good stupid humor movie :] ). In my obnoxiously bright yellow painted room this morning, at 5am with coffee in hand, I stared at my closet hopelessly until I happened upon a few staples: black pencil skirt, sheer tights, and a white t shirt. Suddenly my brain kicked in as if I hadn't just woken up at the crack of dawn. I had the basic outfit, now all I needed was the accessories to make it unique. So I threw on my tan socks, tribal print vest, and of course...the glasses were the highlight of the day. As if I didn't look like a nerd already, as usual I walked from class to class annotating my current issues of Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. My clothes revealed another side of my personality, and once again fashion proved its significance.
Thursday, March 31, 2011
Posted by Eclectic Look at 8:32 PM