|Shoes: Converse Skirt: American Apparel|
I'm not even talking about accomplishing some grandiose dream, but even just the simplest of things in my mind seem to be changing their levels of importance amongst themselves all the time. Like this blog for instance, I once had my heart set on keeping up a daily record of how I dress everyday. However, it didn't take long until I felt how uncomfortable I am talking about what I wear due to the overbearing superficialness I was feeling inside of me. And by this, I don't mean any offense to bloggers that dedicate solely to providing beauty and fashion knowledge to their audience. If anything, their confidence and passion, as well as the fact that they are able to get pass society's false perception towards the fashion industry's cosmetic quality and keep doing what they love are what I will forever admire. In retrospect, i think the reason why I had struggled with the upkeep of this blog is because I was unsure of what I want the content to gear towards. I mistaken my love for art and thirst for a creative outlet for a sheer interest in fashion. Sure, fashion is still a big part of what I attend to, but in philosophical terms, instead of a being a good in itself, it only serves as a means to my definition of good, which is creativity.
You're Probably thinking by now, "So what exactly am I getting at?" In all honesty, I'm not sure either, but I guess I'e just kept these thoughts to myself for too long that I desperately felt the need to get them out of my system.
|Stanford Cantor Arts Museum|
I do intend on regularly keeping this blog up now that I've established the grounds on which this blog will be built. That is, instead of being a merely sartorially-focused blog, it will dabble in all areas that I find interest in, from movies and music I enjoy down to random issues arouse in my life. i hope that I will find perseverance in this blog under a new light.