Saturday, April 7, 2018

French-Girl Style

I've always been fond of red berets and French-Girl Style, which is both classy and funny and somehow exudes creativity and sensuality. To me, red and black berets are nothing alike to the contemporary accessories fleeting from season to season, but one of the most powerful fashion statements.

If I were to imagine the artistic version of myself in her own habitat, she would look like this. And would be surrounded by artists and creative people from all of the branches, chatting about ideas and putting them into work. Or on paper. Or canvas. Right before the edgy version shows up and refuses to wear anything that doesn't match with black leather boots, or femme fatal version shuts them all up and spends all of the money on high heels.

If you experiment with different styles you are prone to be identified with different social groups, and that can be so much fun and discovering. Whether you are aware of it or not, people will put a label on you based on a pretty much few criteria, but one of them is your outfit.
This is why fashion is not something that should be considered as a superficial form of expression but as a powerful asset you should embrace and use it to emphasize your own traits.

T-shirt: Missguided
Tulle skirt and beret: Asos
Sneakers: Mango

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