2012: You were pretty dope. I learned a lot about myself, (finally!!!) identify as a feminist, starting feeling body positive enough to post a swimsuit photo on the internet, made several new web friends (want to meet you IRL, buds) and real life pals as well! Style is Style was featured in print and online, and I started working at a job I love. One which doesn't involve being covered in miscellaneous syrups at the end of the day. I even started wearing pants (er, jeggings) again.
I'd like to thank you, dear reader, for putting up with my lack of posting. I would like to say I'll post regularly in 2013, but I've come to realize that isn't always an option. I've been majorly sidetracked these past 12 months (broken down laptop, big trip + moving, new full time job) but I hope you guys do enjoy the content here at Style is Style. I enjoy having a platform where I can cultivate my voice, and share it with like-minded folks like you! I love you guys.
I'm looking forward to 2013 (even though it's an odd number). I feel like I am coming into my own, finding my style and slowly defining who I am, and who I want to be. Life keeps surprising me, and bringing unexpected blessings, be it opportunities or friendships. I would like to write more, style more, maybe even do a video post or two. It's a little strange that I'm rolling up on five years of Style is Style and I haven't spoken out loud on the blog. We'll see.
Hope you had a wonderful New Year's, and here's to a safe, happy and healthy 2013!
Oh, and just 'cause, here's my favorite outfits of 2012. Apparently all I wore in 2012 was skirts, collared blouses, and those Co-Operative wedges.
post title is from one of the most honest, moving, spot on songs I've ever heard.
January, February, March, April, May, June (one), June (two), July, August, September, October, November, December.