Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed by the endless bounty of prettiness on the internet? I know I do. There are so many different styles, each one lovelier than the next. Sometimes you might wonder, how do I combine all of these disparate things that I like into something that actually feels like me?
But just because you like something, that does not mean it fits you. Enjoying looking at something doesn’t mean it has a deep connection to who you are, necessarily. Some things are just nice to look at and appreciate on their own.
Taken from http://www.coletterie.com/wardrobe-architect/making-style-more-personal
Sarai, at the Coletterie, has set a challenge. In January, so I guess I am pretty late on the old take up with the Wardrobe Architect project. But reading just the first post has really inspired me to define my personal style as a seamstress and develop a style less dependent on the trends and more reflective of me- sew less, wear more, if you will.
So here is the task from week 1, a questionnaire of sorts, to determine how existing factors, history, philosophy, culture, community, activities, location and body, already impact on my style. The story so far, as it were!