Work Wear: Green on the ground12:30 AM
When I was younger (like around 12), I always thought it was weird to wear a skirt. I felt awkward a...
When I was younger (like around 12), I always thought it was weird to wear a skirt. I felt awkward and thought that it was only for "grown ups". I always wore a shirt, pants, and slippers or bulky rubber shoes. Gah! I didn't mind though! Now that I'm older, I rarely wear pants. It seems it has turned around. I find it more comfortable to move around in a skirt or shorts. Am I weird? I don't know. Personal style really does change. And I think we'll always just be in this process of discovering our personal style.
Honestly, I was never fully interested in fashion until I was probably in my sophomore year in college. At the time, I still didn't take my blog as a serious fashion blog. It was still a generic personal blog filled with day-to-day stories and rants. I started the whole Style Surgery thing I think in my junior year and didn't completely invest my time until I graduated. I suppose I've always seen this blog as an outlet rather than a business.
I just love sharing my ideas and thoughts, hoping someone can relate. I feel so happy when I receive comments saying that they feel/think the same. And if not, that's fine too because we all have our own taste. I started my first blog back in 6th grade and it was still in Geocities (they've closed down the hosting site now)! That's when I started to learn HTML; I searched many websites and I remember my favorite: Lissa Explains It All (anyone familiar with this?). Funny how I really made the time to customize my site, I even had song lyrics on there, and other random things. It wasn't just a blog. It was a whole website! I think I will always have that kind of "blogger side" of me. Actually, I hope I never lose it :) And I'm suuuper thankful to anyone who appreciates it :) I actually still find myself looking at personal blogs more than niche blogs just because I'm nosy like that! :p