Hello sweet baby angels!! I hope everyone is doing splendid and that life is beginning to turn around into some sense of normalcy. Sorry I have not been writing about all the recent updates in my life, but surprisingly recently there has been many much-needed revisions. I left sunshine city Corpus and I am finally back in Denton for a little bit for a quick break from the entirety of my family. This past weekend I moved into my first ever own place, no longer living in the freshman dorms or the Kappa Delta house anymore. After moving out of my house and organizing my life back together, I eventually had enough free time to play with the backend of my website and create a new layout that I hope you all enjoy. I will be writing more now that I am not taking classes at the moment and I will have more free time to express my ideas in the right way. One thing that is new to the site is the addition of weekly updated things such as a chosen trend, along with my music inspirational icons and a dope playlist to inspire your week! Surprise!! I also added the link to my depop store, so you can shop all my favorite looks every day, I got noticed the other day on the explore page and ever since my shop has sort of been blowing up. So, go check out all my newest finds!
My current feeling is a state of an imperturbable tranquility that no one can diminish. The energy in my house is in absolute order, a total of four Sagittarius under one roof. I am surrounded by consistently positive vibes and at long last I finished setting up my room. For a few weeks, I have been creating multiple concept boards and finding new inspiration to create my tranquil hippie hideout. As I am writing this post, I am drinking my morning green tea, while looking at my Stevie Nicks shrine encompassed by my hanging succulents along with Mac DeMarco playing in the background. So, one could say that peace is restored in the world of ACD. I have been working on maintaining my level of inner peace by journaling every day and writing a quote each day that reminds me of the level I am at in my life. My mom has inspired me to read more books and focus on getting more organizational structure in my life. I started reading Girl, Wash Your Face and I will soon enough give you all a review on how this is improving my ideals and making me a better individual.
One thing that has been on my mind recently is the revolution fashion will have in the course of the next few weeks. I’ve had so many ideas flowing through my brain, but it has been killing me because I never had a spare second in the day to just sit down and write out all my thoughts. Last week I read an article on Vogue written by the one and only Anna Wintour about this virus changing people’s perspective on fashion and how we will potentially be more adventurous with our style. This has been a major thought in my mind because over this quarantine break, I went through my closet several times and found multiple garments and accessories that I repeated “I forgot about this, I can’t wait for this to be over, so I can go out and wear it” way too many times. So, this sparked the idea in me that there is no need to have anywhere to go if you want to be more expressive with your style. There is an ideal my professors stated that has stuck with me that the older you get, the less experimental you are with your style. In some ways this is true because older people tend to wear the same style of clothing instead of being a part of the up and coming trend setter generation.
Part of being a style trend setter is being experimental with your everyday outfits. I focused on wearing a variety of garments together that people typically don’t think of. My go to fashion tip is to experiment with different patterns that you already have in your closet that you would not normally pair together. In my opinion, it is so trendy to mix different prints and styles together, as long as you are following a specific color scheme then your pairing will be aesthetically pleasing. In my cover picture, you can see me mixing a variety of prints from red hearts, red and navy stripes along with a red and gold pizza bag. This is a huge leap from what people consider “every day style” and in 2021, there will be a change in perspective on what items we think are the top level of fashion. Since 2020 has been compromised of utility garments and basic essential lounge wear, we can hope to see people being more expressive with their clothing and modeling an one of a kind piece. This quarantine has taught us a lot as a human race to value what is the most important in our lives and focus on the basic things we need to survive. 2021 will be the year of futuristic and mainly experimental stylistic choices. There will be a wide variety of color choices and a mixture of multiple patterns. Styles from the pasts are coming to make a comeback and we know that no one was afraid to use clothing to inspire their inner beliefs.