I am still developing my signature look. I have family members that only wear beige. Yes, Loren, it’s cool! Others that enjoy a more colorful wardrobe palette and others still that wear exercise clothing 24/7. I get it. The fact that we are all so different makes this fashion/style issue interesting.
I remember the glory days of growing up and seamlessly styling my Batman Halloween costume throughout the year. To this day, I honor children enjoying their alter-ego superhero. I still enjoy cosplay, but I don’t consider that my style.
I enjoy traveling and truth be told, I like to fit in with the locals if I can. That means generally you leave with an empty suitcase and buy stuff along the way. That’s just me. You can get quite far with a pair of khakis, a white polo and a cool pair of sneakers. Hey, is that my style?
Then, there are clearly cultural influencers that influence me and others. I saw Russell Wilson styling in a black suit with a black tie on Instagram @dangerusswilson and yes, I went out and bought the same suit. Hey, is that my style?
I am a big boxing fan. I follow many boxers on Social Media. @canelo certainly has style, so does @floydmayweather and @usykaa at this point in time symbolizes heroic style. I admit to having been influenced by their posts. But again, is that my style?
If style is really a distinctive manner of expression, then we all have our own style. I don’t need a signature look, but it’s okay if I choose to develop one. Whatever I wear in the moment is my fashion/style. I’m okay with that!
You do you and let everyone enjoy all that you are.
I think that is what style is all about.
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