Urrah! Can you believe it has been a year? Creating this blog is one of the best things I have ever done. It fueled my creativity in a way I could never imagine.
My true purpose is believing in true beauty, in all situations and creating it to.
So the blog mayde me learn a lot about myself .
I want to thank my best friend for daring me to do it, and for being my true inspiration because she is the true beauty I seak.
Thanks also for being apart of the project, the shoots I loved best were the ones you were there ^^.
The only thing I regret was not commiting more, and being quite lazy at times. I'm so glad to say goodbye to this last year because it was not the most fun I've ever had, happy at times but mostly stressful and sad. Despite that it was the most insightful of them all.
This photos are from my favorite shoot, the best to date I think.
I never got to use these because they weren't very good in comparison with the others but now I think they're kind of perfect.
Flawed but perfect.
I'm saying goodbye now. Just leaving a quote from fashion toast, that made the most sense to me the other night and that many people can identify with.
"I get a lot of questions in regards to the "braveness" to dress any way you want to in the public eye..be it the grocery store, school, party, etc...and where I get the confidence to wear this or that. Which is strange to me because I'm really not that out there in my mind...but it's touching in the most real way to read emails from girls that thought they were too tall to wear platform heels/afraid what their peers would think if they were to dress the way they wanted to/want to add some glamour back into their lives saying that I've inspired them to break out of the box in any way. My outlook has always been that people in the streets aren't dressing to please me, why should I take them into account when dressing myself? Playing with clothes is one of the most basic pleasures in life along with other stupid crap like peeling nail polish off in single sheets, crawling into a sun warmed car, and laughing about nothing and everything. If I were to die tomorrow I would be glad that I wore a slightly inappropriate coat and five inch heels to a deserted train station in the middle of the day. You know what I mean?"