Do you remember a time in your life when you dressed quite differently from how you do now?
In high school I was a sexless jellyfish.
I thought only stupid people focused on style, clothing, presentation and trying to be popular, and since I was the anti-thesis of popular, I tried to be the opposite of what I thought was popular.
So preppy, girly, feminine, etc.
I eschewed dresses and skirts for years until one day I realized how much I actually liked skirts, and that it was not a detraction upon my intelligence to dress so I felt pretty and beautiful.
I sort of went off the cliff with being overly feminine (think sheer tops, leopard prints, really tight skirts), and then slowly righted my path back to where I am today, which is the perfect representation of who I am as a person:
Confident and secure in who I am and in myself as an intelligent, style-obsessed woman.
WHAT ABOUT YOU?
The entire series can be found here: Women in Clothes Style & Fashion Survey