T-shirt, blue jeans, and a pair of flats have always been my go to outfit, until now. Day by day I’m learning to express myself through the clothes I wear. There was a time I didn’t want any attention drawn to me and my appearance. But what I found out is; though your appearance does not define you, it’s one of the first things strangers notice when they meet you. My mother-n-law often says “You should dress for that position you want.” With the fashion and beauty industry growing tremendously, there are so many avenues you can go with when styling. Though my style has changed, I still keep it simple but fun.
For example, I recently attended a Red Tie Ball, where I decided to go with a red cocktail dress. I knew a ballroom gown would have been a little too much for me. I wanted to be simple, but at the same time be fearless. I went with a sexy V neck off the shoulder evening dress. Very simple, but eloquent. After accessorizing with silver jewelry and silver shoes, my attire was complete. I chose not to wear chandelier earrings or necklace because I felt the off shoulder dress and v-neck brought enough attention. I chose not over accessorize and it worked!
I’ve challenged myself to continue to keep up with fashion and dared myself to try new things.
Don’t be afraid of the opinions of people, but be yourself and have fun while doing it. So, as I grow and learn about new fashion tips and tricks, I will share them with my W.A.V.E sisters.
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