What Rules!?

4414-Le-21eme-Adam-Katz-Sinding-Natalie-Ratabesi-SoHo-New-York-City-Street-Style_D4A5392Old school fashion was plagued with endless rules of what was appropriate, and what was not.  Pushing the envelope not only was/is uncomfortable, but could put you in a space of ridicule and snickers.  Obviously over the decades freedom of expression has won out, but there still seems to be a bit of conforming to what society poses as cool, it or now.

Lately, for me, conforming to the “rules” has taken a leap out the window.  I don’t know if it’s boredom, lack of inspiration (internally and externally) or just plain not caring, but dressing following what Vogue deems worthy is not my guiding factor.

Freedom of expression can be made through many different channels.  Wether it’s music, art, the written word or just plain style through dress, expressing yourself should be fun, dynamic and effortlessly achieved.  Take a moment and assess where you are in this moment…Is your creative self being expressed?  Happy Monday!  xoxo

Modeinesdelafressangeninexxxxolivia-palermo-poses-in-nyc_6Olivia Palermo, always an individual.

Processed with VSCOcam with c1 presetnina-dobrev-promotes-lets-be-cops-all-over-new-york-10clemence poesyines1All these women show individual style.  Whether classic and clean like Olivia or a bit more unconventional like Maja Wyh, they all look amazing and one of a kind.