There is a huge difference between a guy who says “Let me provide for you” and a guy who says “I can provide for you.”
I prefer the latter.
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the inventor of chicken nuggets was a cornell grad
lol i was bored so I looked up the UC Davis tag. & it made me laugh because the first few posts I saw are like “Rejected from cal… Oh well! UC Davis...
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i’m so proud of you! (:
thank you! :)
I feel like there is a difference between being fashionable and being trendy.
Although they often coincide, they are not the same concept.
Being fashionable is being able to take trends and adapt it to your own style.
Being trendy is more like basing the way you dress on popular opinion rather than personal preference.
It’s okay to be trendy.
Just don’t become a slave to what the media deems as cool and stylish.
You don’t have to love all of the trends just because they’re all the rage on the runway.
You don’t have to covet expensive clothing just because of the designer label.
You don’t have to waste money on pieces that you’ll only like for the time being.
You have to stay true to yourself and your own style because the way you dress does influence how people perceive you.
Some say that they’d rather not be judged by the clothes that they wear but it is inevitable.
If you want people to see the real you, show it through the way you act, the way you speak and the way you present yourself (clothing included).
The fact that there are so many new trends popping up every season is not meant to confuse and overwhelm people.
It’s meant to give us options that we can pick and choose from.
It’s meant to inspire us to express ourselves in new ways through fresh, innovative trends and the revival of old ones.
Some say that the pressures of the media and the fashion industry are meant to weigh us down and make us conform to society but I disagree.
I believe that fashion is all about making you feel comfortable with your image and building your confidence.
Dress to please yourself.
Otherwise, what’s the point of even trying?