30 days of writing challenge — day 14: describe your style
man, i’m just gonna be honest with y’all, i got no style. like, no specific style. my wardrobe is deadly boring, my clothes are not gradually updated from time to time. i love shopping but i don’t do that regularly. i was a consumer of a high fashion brand (and i still am now, sometimes) and i regretted it. i should’ve just shop from local brands and go thrifting. and i’ll try my best to do it starting from now.
my style inspo is best described as minimal streetstyle which only consists of the colour black, white, beige, grey, and any other colour in deep hues. and it’s heavily influenced by some content creators and fashion bloggers from instagram such as: nycbambi, endlesslyloveclub, josefinehj. but i also have my other girly side of style, and also influenced by those inspirational people such as weworewhat, aimeesong, sonyaesman, chiarraferragni (on instagram).
i wish i knew that thrifting exists from long time ago, discovered it only from when i was in college and was internally amazed by how cheap and how good the quality are! ever since i thrift, it makes me think twice or thrice to shop from an over-priced brand (that has a below-average quality). besides, thrifting have a really good impact, such as;
thrifting is good for the environment. it’s definitely good for your wallet. it’s obviously good for the planet. lastly, it allows you to get creative with your own style. you’ll find one-of-a-kind pieces for your wardrobe. unleashing your creativity. in addition to being nice to the earth, thrifting is nice for people. the joy and experience you’ll get by purchasing thrift products is unexplainable. it’s just… fun, you know? also, buying secondhand reduces both new items being produced AND the need for someone to produce them.
if you’re curious about how i style, just look it up through my pinterest. i made a specific board for my dream style and how i manifest myself into dressing like that everyday (i just haven’t got the chance and enough self-confidence, honestly). i wish i’d have the courage to stand out from the crowd later.