We live in a time of rapid change.
Our world has always been defined by the changing and the exciting, the things that were never possible before, the cool, the unique, the different.
But that’s what it was all about for me growing up in the ’80/90s.
It was about wanting to express yourself, to be yourself, and to feel like a part of something larger than yourself.
And if you’re a Millennial, you want to feel that way as well.
I grew up with a sense of style.
My parents’ generation was all fashion aficionados.
I got the sense from the time I was little that fashion was about having the right clothes, and that being stylish meant being yourself.
I never felt like I was part of the elite.
I felt like there was always a cool kid with a big bag, and I didn’t have to be that kid.
I think that’s why it was so important for me to find my own style.
I think it’s the reason I love my current wardrobe.
I’ve never been the type of person who goes to a store and looks for a few pieces.
I buy everything I can.
My clothes are the things I wear most.
I know how to create a statement with them.
I don’t wear a lot of makeup.
I’m not a pretty face, but I do have a lot more skin.
It’s just a natural look.
I like to wear jeans, and a shirt, and an old-school suit.
I try to wear everything, and then I put it on.
That’s the beauty of style, is that it’s about who you are.
I look forward to wearing that outfit every time I go out.
I love wearing the things.
I love the ’90s boomer vibe.
I remember when the hip-hop era was happening and everyone was just wearing skinny jeans and sneakers, and people were dressing up in all sorts of different styles.
I thought that was cool, and also, people were getting their kicks out of being weird and unique and out-there.
So I wanted to get into that.
I remember watching the TV show ‘Battlestar Galactica’ when they were still on TV.
I was like, “Oh, that was awesome!”
But now, with all the music, it seems like everyone is trying to be like that.
People are wearing all different things.
I grew up in an era where people were always dressed like that, but now it’s so out there.
I wear all kinds of different clothes, so it’s easy for me.
I also love the fact that we live in the age of the selfie.
People were always so much more comfortable with the idea of wearing a photo of themselves, and not actually being in front of the camera.
I have always wanted to be an actor, and in the 1980s, I was a student and a professional dancer, so I was always kind of a photographer and a photographeress, so being in a band or doing a show was all the fun of it.
I would love to be a fashion designer or a jewelry designer.
I’ve always loved wearing suits and ties, but my wardrobe has evolved.
The style of suit that I wear now is not necessarily what I wore in the 80s, but it’s something that suits me perfectly now.
It doesn’t feel like I’m wearing a suit.
It feels like I am wearing something that’s slightly more formal, which is the thing I really like about my current outfits.
I feel comfortable in them.
They feel smart and they work.
I can wear them without feeling weird.
I just want to wear something that feels appropriate.
I really want to be able to wear them in public, so that’s where my style has evolved a lot.
I go with something that has that modern feel, which I love, and it’s a good fit for me as an artist.
I enjoy wearing a jacket and a tie, but there’s nothing that screams hipster or bohemiac like a suit, tie, or jacket.
It just feels good to wear.
I wear jeans all the time, because I always feel that’s the coolest part about being a Millennian.
I always look for something that is stylish and functional.
But I also wear dresses, because that’s when I really get into the spirit of the era.
I am into a lot different styles of dresses.
I get inspired by them all.
It really goes with what I’m into.
I just love how my fashion style has changed.
My style has definitely evolved, and my style as a person has evolved as well, because when I was younger, I had this style of wearing suits all the way through my teens, and now I’m just really into something more modern and less dressy.
I find that it has helped me to be who I am, and as a