Let's start with the bottom on this dark, made-for-the-rain outfit:
Shoes by Isabel Marant (2 years old), pants are Rachel Comey (less than a month old, secondhand), Ralph Lauren Polo tee (four years old), Zara faux leather jacket (4 years old).
What if I wore what I wanted all day, every day?
I would wear heels, if I knew it wouldn't draw attention to myself. I would wear crop tops, if it didn't draw attention to myself and I wasn't afraid of trying to be younger than I am. I would wear my expensive clothes more regularly if I wasn't afraid of someone judging me. I would wear colourful eyeshadow if it wasn't such a pain in the butt. I would wear low-cut tops if it didn't draw attention.
Apparently I'm a little afraid of attention.
I feel like I have two different personas: one that is demure and conservative loving t-shirts, collared button ups and trousers, the other wants to wear things that show off my figure because quite honestly, I don't know how much longer I'm going to look like this. Time is ticking and I might as well take advantage right now, while I can.
I'm still trying to manage these two personalities of mine. I'm finding that I might be more of the conservative at heart, but I have that side of me that kind of wants to be liberated. Hannah Bronfman of HBFIT does it really well.
Maybe I'm pushing it. You know when you're a kid and you want to be older, but then you look back and realize there's much time to be a kid. Why force being older, when it's inevitable that time will come.