The way we dress affects the way we think, the way we feel, the way we act, and the way others react to us. ~ Judith Rasband
I truly believe the aforementioned quote. ButI don’t believe that clothing makes the man.
I tend to call myself the moody dresser. I dress based on how I feel or want to feel. And certainly, the way people perceive one another has a lot to do with mode of dress. Of course, so many times those perceptions are off, which brings to mind “never judge a book by its cover.” Hell, I know folks who are power dressers and are anything but powerful. Conversely, there are simple dressers who are the most powerful people on the planet. Steve Jobs comes to mind. But, his simplicity was his style.
So why the emphasis on style and fashion? Style and fashion, clothing and how one dresses evokes emotion, and ultimately it’s all about the way we feel when we wear those clothes.
Hats are a part of my style. They are a part of me. When wearing them, I feel distinguished. It dosen’t matter that other may not think so. I do. It adds suave to my style and reminds me of home, Grande Riviere, Trinidad, the place where I picked up the hat habit – from my grandfather.
When it comes to style, to each his own. What determines your dress code?
Ok, this post goes way back to the end of August. I’ve got bunches of pics sitting in the archives to post. ‘Twas a simple combination. I love loose fitting, harem type pants. As I’ve gotten older, i’ve moved away from the extreme harems and settled with just baggy or loose.
| Shoes: Dolce Vita| Pants: Zara | Top: JCrew | Hat: Bailey | Clutch: Tory Burch |