"To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong."-Joseph Chilton Pearce
Everyone is creative. As children we fearlessly danced to songs, colored outside of the lines, wore a superman cape to the grocery store, and should've won Oscars for tearful performances of barely there scratches. When did expressing your personal style become "wrong"?
Fashion is Freedom
|Hat- Brooklyn Street Vendor|
The plus size industry has come leaps and bounds from wrap dress and shapeless silhouettes. We have quite a ways to go, but we can no longer say there aren't any options. We have room to be a little more creative with our outfits. So my question is; why is it so accepted that when expressing ones personal style - including that which may be considered out of the norm - people are so quick to give their unwanted opinions? Who are you to tell someone else what their fashion should be? Just because you wouldn't wear something, I shouldn't?