Oh, cool. That’s pretty much exactly how I like to approach style (minus that last hipster-y part about looking like everybody else). Clothes can have such power to others and for yourself, and it’s interesting to manipulate that. I like that I can have the power to be classic one day, or 60s mod the next, or total hippie the next.
Plus, I love having pieces that have stories, either something vintage that had its own life and journey before I found it, or especially pieces that I have connected to good personal memories (like a shirt I got in Thailand, or the spoon rings my first roommate and I both got, or the rings I got from my mom).
(Source: themostsophisticatedwoman, via hepburnlovesgivenchy)