“Be yourself, not your idea of what you think somebody else’s idea of yourself should be”
(Photos by A Curious Introvert)
Our unique personalities are not only shown through our interests and what we share with others, but also in the fashion style we develop throughout life. The styles may change with age, fashion trends, or what speaks to us in the wonderful window displays we encounter while shopping. As we stroll the malls our feelings and state of mind may determine if we stop at the classic and traditional window displays or if a day shopping and laughing with friends will have us pause at the arty and bohemian window display. Do we discover that the style of our youth (will always love acid washed jeans, but shoulder pads need never return) always has a place in our hearts? Much to my surprise, somehow in entering middle-age I have discovered an inner-flamboyant fashion voice full of color that sometimes needs to express itself.