I call my clothes SoulWear–personal, unique garments that reflect my own personality. I *love* those kinds of clothes on anyone, no matter if they create the clothes themselves or put together outfits from bits and pieces of other people’s creations. And while I love seeing SoulWear on anyone, I’m especially entranced by older adults who dress idiosyncratically. So you can imagine how much I like Ari Seth Cohen’s Advanced Style blog, even though many of the outfits are a little too designer-ish for my own taste. I can’t wait for his book to come out.
along with Tziporah Salamon (see her here on Stylelikeu.com) and the Idiosyncratic Fashionistas, also frequent subjects of Ari and his camera. Go take a look–and think about the ways your wardrobe might be better able to reflect your own personality. Except for jobs where you’re required to dress in certain ways (a uniform, a suit), your wardrobe can be anything you want it to be.
Ricë blogs about her adventures in SoulWear at The Voodoo Cafe.
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