I am now finishing my last semester in journalism school and not only my future, but my role in society has been on my mind lately. I wonder where I will be in a year: where I'll be living, what job I'll be working and such. I consider myself to a very business oriented person (so I've been told) and I try to reflect that through my wardrobe.
I think that more than ever, I'm trying to figure out who I am and where my goals may take me. These days more and more women are choosing to dress in a more provocative manner, which is fine. Hey, it's their prerogative, but dressing in such a manner really does limit your opportunities.
While I don't feel that this is my most serious outfit, it has an aire of confidence and I feel that in a way, it is very professional.
Plus check out my boots and tights, they are pretty cool! (fashion moment).
My point is, I just don't think many people understand the importance of their physical appearance. I know it may sound shallow, but someone who is always manicured and well dressed will be taken more seriously than someone who consistently looks like a slob.
In a day where the Snookis and J-Wows are worshipped by the masses, how do you keep your fashion head screwed on tight? When does flirty turn into trashy? Let me know.
P.S. I'm working with the every talented Kendra Coupland of Redivivus Photography. All photos are courtesy of Redivivus Photography.