I feel like this is how an artist is supposed to dress. You know, that artist who’s always inspired and oozes with creativity no matter what. Maybe a painter. Or maybe a poet. Funny how we’ve all built and fallen for stereotypes that we instantly conjure up images of a person of a certain background or profession. Which one do you think came first? The person who the stereotype was based on? Or the stereotype that the person just comfortably fits into? It’s like the proverbial question of what came first, the chicken or the egg. Both answers are correct. Both equally debatable. This is what happens when I actually have time to really think about things. Philosophy comes knocking on my door, even on a Sunday. I’ll spare you the back and forth my brain is doing right now and just focus on my casual ootd from when I did my #StartMoNa challenge instead. I wanted to be in comfortable clothes so that I can thoroughly enjoy and bond with my differently-abled friends more. A simple shirt and jeans kind of outfit from Freshgear seemed to be the appropriate choice. And since it was raining and I recall being kinda sick that day, I threw on a jacket as well for good measure. If I remember correctly, both the jacket and shirt are actually from Freshgear’s men’s section. (*Waves the imaginary flag of androgynous dressing.*) I finished off my look with accessories from one of the latest Spanish brands to hit our shores, called Uno De 50. Little trivia, Uno De 50 got its name because they only produce 50 pieces of each design, all handcrafted in Spain. Cool, right? Totally what an artist would wear, don’t you think? Another stereotype right there!
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