I have learned a lot over the last forty-eight hours, not just about fashion and the brands I'm covering, but about style. I don't care what people wear, as long as it makes them happy. It makes me a little sad to see the people who force sixteen different pieces together in order to stand out in the crowd. You can't stand out here. It's impossible. Whether you're wearing a Rick Owens headdress, skirt, and hiking boots, or a robin’s-egg blue cashmere chalkstripe double breasted suit with orange socks and unbuttoned double monks, there's too much going on for anyone to care.
I don't believe in authenticity. Just do what you like,
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In fact, people tends to care too much how they are looked by others & to lose their own style in modern society. I believe too that fashion is something to enjoy and not to force yourself to look good. All is well as long as you are happy with your outfit, isn't it? However, I still try to look nice in the way that many likes because I'm timid in the society & that I don't have a talent to look nice in the way that majority of people can't do either. That's why I'm here to learn about the fashion though. I enjoy learning the depth of fashion. Many members are really really great & talented in fashion, at least way better than me. Thank you all for the great acknowledgement that you have & give. I've been learning a lot since I joined styleforum.
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