Self-expression is our connection to the outside world. It’s how we communicate who we are and engage with others. There’s no shortage of tools at our disposal for expressing ourselves. One of the most notable, but overlooked methods is our personal style.
It’s easy to give objective advice, and tell someone “not to compare themselves to others because everyone is on their own journey.” However, as we all know, it’s very difficult to practically apply this mindset in real life.
Ever since I can remember, fashion has been a space for creativity and self-expression. It serves as an interactive art form where consumers take an active role in reflecting the culture of the moment, as what we wear is an extension of who we are.