When you've grown to understand the true meaning of style, you realize that it is far beyond what many people think and know that it leaves clues to yourself about who you are.
Many times we are ready for spring and even after it arrives, it still feels like winter. The sun is shining and deceiving because it appears to be 65 degrees outside when it's really 40 degrees. We want to wear sunglasses to block the sun while wearing our winter coat even though it seems odd. (I often do this in the winter as well) So what do you do?
It's time to celebrate women's history in the month of March and it's important to understand the reason why it's needed even though women should be celebrated all year long year after year.
People get caught up in Valentine's Day as the day to either spend time and money with their significant other or to remind them that they are alone. In my opinion, this is us looking at Valentine's Day all wrong.
By understanding the true meaning of style, you understand it is a reflection of everything about you but you may be wondering how it possibly extends to everything you associate yourself with? Many of us are used to considering style as it relates to your wardrobe but in reality, style is in everything.
I've been told that the true definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results. Although in many cases people advise that if you aren't getting the results you want then something needs to change, which I agree with.
Thanksgiving is always in November and although there may be a technical reason why, I believe it's reasoning is for something that serves all of us well.
Every year in October, it seems to be a massive promotion for breast cancer awareness and many campaigns to support the organizations that we are told help do research to find a cure but it seems the primary focus is making people aware that it exists. Being aware of breast cancer in my opinion intensifies the likelihood of more people obtaining it instead of getting people to support the research to cure it.
When I was passionate about fashion, I always thought every look I put together had to match. I would have a different color to offset but it would most likely be white or black if I was wearing a bright color. If I wore a green blouse then I would look to wear green shoes, green jewelry and a green purse because in my mind, those were the rules of fashion. Nowadays, I realize how ridiculous that can be. There are days when I match but usually not to this extreme.