October 19: What I remind myself daily is, there is beauty in the untouched, in the unfinished and even in the flawed, the brused. Big conventional clothes companies teach us that clothes have to be perfect just like us and you have to be ‘flawless’ all the time, when in reality downsizing and fixing your clothes is so much more important. It’s so much better for the environment then buying new clothes weekly or monthly. Developng my style has actually started with storting out my closet and only keeping what made me happy.
Usually my clothes are a mix of organic clothes bought on sale, hand me downs from my mother and finds from the free box in the Ashram I stayed at. Inspiration I get from people I pass on the street and images I see from indigenous people from different cultures. I am really drawn to fabrics and the mood I am in. I try to wear clothes based on my mood that means if I am a bit tired or sad I’ll wear something bright and uplifting. I choose this outfit to represent me, because I was so happy in the moment dancing in the rain – that is it. #rebelrebel @themessyheads #messyissue2
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