In learning how to get out my comfort zone & letting go of my cooping mechanisms, I’ve been trying to get out of my standard way of dressing cause a lot of how I dressed was based in this idea of controlling my image and needed to stick to a certain shape that, in my mind, I had decided looked the best on me cause it covered and didn’t show off my body. I had a psychology teacher stop and talk to me about weight and our perception of ourselves. She had gained some weight, and would forget that she wasn’t “the skinny girl” anymore, and then pointed out that I still lived like “the fat kid” (in the 4th grade I was a men’s 34 waist). I’ve loved cloths and fashion, and seeing others express themselves through it. So this #pride 🌈 I’ve decided to do that more for myself, and this look was one of my favorites I had put together. I thought it was cheeky & cute, and I liked the nod to queer history. I’ve always felt very neutral in feminine and masculine, if anything geared more towards feminine, and I’ve been wanting to portray that balance more in my clothing, which I think this does.
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