"It was inevitable..." Brad Pitt's words toward CHANEL No.5 maybe the best description of my past 2012. It is 2012 that I comes to the awareness of my strong affection toward fashion which has been constantly bringing revolutionary changes and inspirations to me. It's the first year I started capture my little fashion journey via Lookbook.nu, Voguemate.com, and my blog using my Canon EOS 60D with SIGMA 50mm F1.4 lens.From the first shot til now, it can be a long or a extremely short time, but it is exactly an irreplaceable once-in-a-lifetime treasure to me, with which I will be holding for good.
As most of us agree that fashion is about making mistakes and keeping moving forward, my standpoints and pursuits of fashion has been varying as well as upgrading during the process of the so-called "fashion correction".To be continued, I don't even catch the sense of shame or tragedy when it comes to the realization of those "mistakes", for in order to make the right choices, one has to spare no efforts to make attempts and push his boundaries. No matter fabrics, textures, patterns, prints, silhouettes,colors,or proportions,the wise decision of a look largely relies on your diversity and innovation of editing, which requires those "mistaken moments" to some extent. Learning from those beautiful "mistakes", everyone is his own fashion guide.
Looking back at all my looks in 2012, it's apparent that my style of editing is varying within a wide range among Harajuku, More-is-more, color-splashing, or somewhat dramatic which has gradually become increasingly appropriately-layering and wearable. Moreover, I've been regarding my "mistaken moments" the most effective push power to turning my style from "literal words" to a more sophisticated "innermost expression".
I'd love to show my gratitude to all the ones that have always been staying by my side and providing me with critical suggestions.
For the year 2013, I'm willing to add more grunge or hermaphroditism elements to my looks by trying new sorts of fabrics and developing the ways of layering.I know it's just a tiny brand new beginning of me and I think I've been ready to take on the upcoming challenges.