A wise gal once declared bravely: “Anything you can do, I can do better. I can do anything better than you,” whilst standing toe to toe with a guy dwelling in immaculate swagger. But of course, hers was a tad bit better. I reassure, being as though it was yours truly. When opting to take the biggest risks in the name of fashion, I advise to never conform to the usual standards of what’s known as “gender norms”. A man big and buff with much bravado can, yes you bet, wear pink. And a girl wanting to wear her boyfriend’s jeans has the ability to look just as good, if not better, in them than her hunky beau. With style, it’s about what makes you as an individual stand out and brings forth comfort in your own skin. Keep in mind looking in the mirror to get dressed, it’s only you that you see in your reflection; so be comfortable with your attire of choice.
I’ll have to admit that my favorite style of clothing is definitely unisex, that can look good on any body type. That’s if I don’t grab an item intended for one, and make it my own anyway. I found to know with my analytical eye, most pieces designed for men have this distinct boldness. Whether it’s the color so clean cut or the preciseness of a shoulder or even shape of a pant leg, it’s admirable and attractive, to say the least. So just maybe an extra edgy motorcycle jacket or a pair of Nike sneaks so masculinely defined needs a feminine touch to make the outfit much better.
This fellow Fashionista is adorning under a khaki jacket, a blue and white striped button-up. Providing just enough umph to what can be considered “casual cool” attire. With a slight sag, a pair of matching khaki pants is worn, with white Vans, and a black and brown backpack.