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sTyle as Self-eXpressioN

By Rosie Dalton


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Style is innately personal. A mask or a baring of the soul. It is the way we present ourselves to the world and, when aligned with our personal values, style can speak volumes about what we believe. There is often discomfort in this, though.

This discomfort comes down to the simple fact that, to be driven back upon oneself requires courage. Specifically, the courage to face what peers back at us in the mirror. It is for this reason that fashion has often functioned as a vehicle for escapism, rather than self-expression.

In an age of over-consumption, we are used to being told what to think and feel. And in an age of social media, we are easily led by the loudest voices. But what does our support of meaningful movements really mean unless we can back that up in real life?

Style is innately personal. A mask or a baring of the soul. It is the way we present ourselves to the world and, when aligned with our personal values, style can speak volumes about what we believe. There is often discomfort in this, though.

This discomfort comes down to the simple fact that, to be driven back upon oneself requires courage. Specifically, the courage to face what peers back at us in the mirror. It is for this reason that fashion has often functioned as a vehicle for escapism, rather than self-expression.

In an age of over-consumption, we are used to being told what to think and feel. And in an age of social media, we are easily led by the loudest voices. But what does our support of meaningful movements really mean unless we can back that up in real life?

“Style is innately personal. A mask or a baring of the soul.”

Whatever your values may be, wearing them on your sleeve is the most powerful way to communicate who you are in this world. And that is style as self-expression.

It’s a daunting prospect, to be sure – this idea of dressing for oneself and no-one else. But it is also entirely liberating, once you consider that it’s both personal and purposeful.

The modern fashion industry has become so nuanced and complex that it’s virtually impossible for any individual to be perfect – ethically speaking. But by building a personal uniform that reflects our core values, we can connect with style that’s both more expressive and more meaningful.

What would your wardrobe say?

Whatever your values may be, wearing them on your sleeve is the most powerful way to communicate who you are in this world. And that is style as self-expression.

It’s a daunting prospect, to be sure – this idea of dressing for oneself and no-one else. But it is also entirely liberating, once you consider that it’s both personal and purposeful.

The modern fashion industry has become so nuanced and complex that it’s virtually impossible for any individual to be perfect – ethically speaking. But by building a personal uniform that reflects our core values, we can connect with style that’s both more expressive and more meaningful.

What would your wardrobe say?

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