STORY OF MY LIFE
In case anyone’s ever wondered or you’ve ever wanted to dress like me, here’s the principles I base my clothing style on.
1. Keep it classy and simple. Clothes shouldn’t scream anything.
2. Nothing glaringly shiny. Reflective parts of the outfit must be modest.
3. Shirts are preferably of a solid color or consist of geometric designs. Detailed designs belong on canvases or the incredibly tacky Ed Hardy shirts.
4. Jeans, jeans, jeans all the way. The darker, the better. Must also be of a solid color. They can’t have those cheesy fading patches in the middle of the leg. No tears either, like these.
5. Running shoes should never be worn casually. They usually have way too much going on. Stick to uniform shoes with a little more substance.
6. Man jewelery is kind of lame. If I wear a wrist band, I prefer leather.
7. If wearing a V-neck, it shouldn’t drop low.
8. I don’t have much to show off in the upper body, so I never wear sleeveless shirts when I’m out and about. If I exercise, I might change my mind. The necks of tanks shouldn’t drop down either.
9. Outerwear should serve its purpose: keeping you warm. Cardigans don’t and they look a little goofy.
10. Nothing baggy. It’s never flattering.
11. Shades are awesome!
12. Make sure the outfit makes sense. Why would you wear shorts AND a jacket? Are you cold? Are you hot?
13. Shoes should always be closed. Feet are gross.
Vivir y ser como yo quiero. Vivir con el corazon abierto.
“I wanna make you happy.” =)
Recently I’ve been dreaming a lot of my ideal social situation. Not that I’m ungrateful for what I do have, but you always think of the ideal situation, no? This is how I would want my life right now and definitely in the future. Here are some of the features for my vision:
-I would be part of small, tight gang, maybe 5 to 7 people.
-Every person would enjoy the company of everyone else. Everyone would be a genuine friend to everyone else. No shallow, artificial relationships.
-We would all feel comfortable with expressing our emotions and really to talk to everyone else if we had problems. We’d know that everyone else would appreciate, care for, and respect us.
- On weekends we’d do fun stuff, (almost) everything and anything! We’d go to the movies, dinner, bowl, dance (ESPECIALLY THIS, something I would like to do much more), hang at someone’s house and play board games, hit downtown and drive around, go on a hike, rock climb etc. We’d never complain of boredom.
- Alcohol and drugs would never cross our minds. EVER. Our company would be enough to uninhibit us and put us in a good mood.
I know THEE problem right now for making my dream come true is failing to meet with new people and waiting for them to ask to hang out with me. I get very discouraged when I realize it isn’t easy in this day and age to find people my age who would want the same thing. The last point itself would be the hardest to find: I can hardly think of anyone I know that actively declines drugs and alcohol. I don’t know how feasible finding people like that will be in the future.
I don’t often reblog, but this is great