|I wasn’t sure what photo to use, so have this picture of me taking a picture of myself.|
I Wear Clothes That Don’t Fit
His top one is “know your fit” but I wear clothes that are not my size
all the time. I’ve learned that if I really like something that I will
make it work (for instance over-sized shirts, cardigans, high-waisted denim shorts and overthings).
I Down-Play My Bust
This may be one that you would have never guessed but I’ve actually got a pretty average bust. Throughout all of the styles of dress I’ve partaken in, I have always worn over-sized shirts, cardigans, and nothing that shows any cleavage (cleavage is not my thing at all).
I Dress Casually
Sometimes I get
intimidated by other Goth’s that dress to the nines everyday. It’s not
that I don’t have the clothes to imitate that kind of dressing (woe to
my corset collection and platforms that are never worn), it’s that I’m
not very partial to it myself. I’d much prefer to throw on ripped
stockings, a pair of short shorts, a layer-y sweater and top it off with
some bulky, eighties-esque sunnies.
|Wearing Coen’s shirt.|
I Spend More Time Wearing Coen’s Clothes Than My Own
Men’s clothes are so comfortable and clean-cut. I wear them all the time and a lot of the time we get our clothes mixed up (we have the same pairs of jeans and some shirts). It doesn’t help that we’re basically the same size (he’s worn said jeans to work without realising).
I Play-Up My Legs
You must have heard the saying that if you wear something fitted on top, the bottom should be loose, yes? While I disagree with this complete (wear what ever you want!) I tend to display my legs and hide my chest.
Sun Glasses Are The Best Accessory
It’s been more recently that I’ve learned to appreciate sunglasses. Waking up early takes its tole on your eyes, especially when piling on that make up and so, the sun really isn’t doing them any favours. Not to mention when I suddenly have to be somewhere – because someone doesn’t understand that it does take time for me to look this amazing (you know I’m kidding!) – I can just throw on some sunscreen, highlight my face with concealer and wear my sun glasses and no one would know any better.
It’s funny that even without realising it things like where we buy our clothes and the insecurities we have affect that way we dress; even our personal preferences can work their way into our outfits without us even blinking an eye in question.
Have you guys noticed any particular ways you dress? Let me know, I’d love to hear.