2. I am so lazy so I just throw whatever on but I try to wear clothes that are comfortable and soft. When I put forth effort into my clothing selection I try to wear something with color, something with texture, something with shine, and a pattern of some sort. I used to dress punk but I am getting kinda old for that now.
I don't have one style, or at least I can't think of a way to pinpoint it. I tend to like things that feel "special", be it in the details or overall look. Even when I am in jeans and a tee, they have to have a certain fit and give off the right vibe, or I don't feel like myself. I admit I'm probably a bit contrived and nothing I wear is usually an accident. I have a clear image of how I'd like to look, even if it cannot be put into words. I love clothes and how they present an opportunity to be creative in such an everyday thing like getting dressed. My ideal is for everything in the world to be aesthetically pleasing/interesting.
I tend to like vivid colors or black (I dislike earthy tones or pastels), a variety of silhouettes, elegant or offbeat styles (or both), retro or very modern, sometimes a little rebellious or scruffy on purpose, other times simple and girly, fun prints, textures, big statement jewelry (particularly vintage or hand made stuff), and I have a thing for different colored/textured tights. I like to mix trends with my "signature" items, because novelty excites me; I get bored quickly.
I can shop anywhere from Target to the mall to a thrift store and still come out looking like "me", and I'm not a brand snob at all. My favorite piece of clothing is my fitted, cropped, leather motorcycle jacket. I've had it for years and I'm still not sick of it.
3. Post a picture of your style of clothes even if it is just from a magazine.
This would be an example of a girly retro simple look: IMG_0529.jpg
"Charlotte sometimes dreams a wall around herself. But it's always with love - So much love it looks like everything else. Charlotte Sometimes - So far away, glass sealed and pretty." - The Cure
Smart casual: chino or corduroy trousers, striped or checked shirt, knit sweater or cardigan, non-leather version of Dr. Martens (Dr. Martens don't make non-leather shoes any more ) or plimsolls, flat cap.
3. Post of picture of your style of clothes even if it is just from a magazine.