Less is More

Less is More

In a world where almost anything is available to us at our fingertips, it is hard for us to not continually want more.

I feel like these days people just aren't satisfied with what they have. When you can see a hundred different options, why would the simple, budget friendly option be good enough? I've mentioned before that while I love designer clothing, it is not a necessity for me. If I see something that I adore AND it's not breaking the bank, why wouldn't I go for it?

When I was in high school, it felt like every day was a fashion show. It was embarrassing to not be wearing a brand name piece of clothing, especially one that had an annoyingly visible logo slapped on it.

My parents have always instilled good values in me, and being humble and spending money wisely was huge. So naturally, no designer clothing for this high school girl. At first, I was always nervous going to school and not looking "the part". But, I learned to style myself in a way that was unique and to a point where it didn't matter who I was wearing. I learned that I didn't need more and more clothing, but could use what I had to create something new.

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Coco Chanel always said, "Before leaving the house, a lady should look in the mirror and remove one accessory. She has a point.

Less really is MORE.

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