“Creativity is the greatest rebellion in existence.” This was the first sentence in a book by Osho, a Spiritual Leader. It was even transformed into a tattoo that serves as my daily reminder to never forget how important creativity is. Creativity is what fuels innovation and one of my biggest fears is unconsciously shedding it, like most adults do when reality slowly begins to suck the life out of any child-like spark one possesses.
My name is Matt Fultz and I am studying Marketing and Magazine Journalism at the University of Central Florida. I made my fashion journalism debut during the fall ’12 semester as the Official Fashion Blogger for Her Campus UCF. I enjoy discovering the vast styles of students on campus and hope to uncover more fashionable gems as a Style Guru for CollegeFashionista.
My style is not very definite and I am always experimenting with new ways to wear my clothes. I despise monotony and embrace innovation and new trends. I also tend to dress to my emotion on a day-to-day basis. One day I will wear something preppy and posh, and the next I will feel more carefree and have fun with different colors and textures.
My sense of fashion has definitely evolved over the years. I remember seeing photos of my bleach blonde mullet and denim overalls and can’t help but wonder what my parents were thinking. In elementary school, I channeled Aaron Carter with my blonde bowl-cut and Gap shirts. In middle school, I wore Hollister and American Eagle, then in High School it was all about the Ralph Lauren Polo. Most people don’t think about the fascinating and very rapid evolution that takes place in fashion from year to year. I can’t wait to see what new trends will surface in 2013. Whether they’re hideous or genius, I will be there, camera in hand, to document fashion history.