Do boys like being boys? I'm sure they do. So much of who they are, are God-given traits: competitiveness, comradeship, adventure, etc. Well, I definitely enjoy being a girl. I love making things more beautiful. I love supporting and assisting with tasks and I definitely love feeling confident in what I wear.
What we wear speaks volumes. (and I think that's an understatement) I love What Not To Wear on TLC because of its main principle: yes, you are NOT what you wear; however, your fashion does communicate to those around you.
By no means, would I EVER call myself a 'fashionista.' Please shoot me if I do, but, this girl does love clothes. Putting on clothes that make me feel good, honestly make me, well, feel good. In college, I would always dress up for a test or exam to make me feel more confident and, to this day, I still do that. This time instead of tests, it's meetings or because I'm actually having low self-esteem/confidence.
All this to say, being a female affords me more styles and options. Sucks for you, guys! Women can dress in so many different ways, in so many different pieces. For me, I can almost 'be' someone different depending on what I wear. (A little insight into why I'm an actress, I guess.) So, I've decided to do a little documentation of my outfits each day. I have many close girlfriends that comment on my number of clothes/outfits. Some swear I could practically go a year without wearing the exact, complete outfit twice. While that's an interesting observation, I don't think I'm up for that challenge; however, this week, I will purposely try to dress in different styles with the intention of demonstrating how women can have a variety of range in what they wear.
LOOK #1 - Bohemian: a person, as a writer or artist, who lives and acts free of regard of conventional rules and practices; a Gypsy.
Sweater - Macy's
Boots - Steven Madden
White Leggings, Hoop Earrings - Target
Grey Shirt - Who knows?