Obviously in terms of random strangers I can't just go up to them in middle of the street and say "Please, for no reason other then to satisfy the internal dilemma of the question of 'Why?' that lurks in my mind, could you please explain why you chose to wear vans instead of converse?" So when a opportunity occurs in any shape or form near to this, I'm ecstatic to begin delving in the ever connection process of that connects the experiences and loves of our past, to the outfit choices of our future. I was able to do so in the form of the website StylelikeU. They stalk the inspiration process of some of influential characters of the arts worlds that us mere mortals would never gain access too, and then they put it in a nice little film for us to watch online. Can you get better then that? Inside details of wardrobes and inner sanctuaries that you can view while being on the couch in your Pajama's, sortedddd. Now you don't even have to ask why.
Thursday, 7 June 2012
Question and Answer.
Out of the 4 A levels I take, there is only one that I consistently enjoy. I'm forever falling asleep in law, I just can't do English, and since nobody argues with me enough in RE, I allow Psychology to always come to my intellectual rescue. It always amazes me to delve into what makes people tick, and I really don't know why, but I'm absolutely fascinated by other people. Discovering individual differences amazes me, and trying to understand how experiences shape us is my little personal side project. I'm probably known to drop deep random questions into the middle of seemingly average conversations, but I just can't help myself. I do it with clothes to, if you haven't already guessed of course. I might just be sitting on public transport and see somebody get on, and then start to wonder what makes them wear what they are wearing. I've reverted back to my inner 5 year old and I just can't stop asking 'WHY?'