I'm a girl who has a unique style. I myself like it pretty much and feel comfortable in it. But sometimes I get told that I should try to look more normal, to me normal is no fun and I don't think that I dress that ,well, different. It often gets me down and I get insecure at moments like while crushing on someone and stuff thinking "What if they don't like my style? Does it scare them?"
So my question is basically would you be intimidated by my style relationship wise and how do you react to people who have different types of styles from what society has as a standard?
Photos of my style and ootd's here: http://lollieschanstrashdump.blogspot.se/
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- Love your style!60% (6)33% (2)50% (8)Vote
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- Not really that different...10% (1)17% (1)12% (2)Vote
- Don't understand/don't care/not off putting.20% (2)17% (1)19% (3)Vote
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Interesting. Cool for you to feel so strongly about it.
I don't find the styles particularly unique. What is more interesting though is that you would wear them all, as what you have there is a bunch of different styles. Like... each outfit pretty much matches a style, matches stuff I've seen a lot before. But the styles are all different. So that's something I do see nearly as often. I don't see a person jump from style to style to style. It's almost like you could pick your style based on your mood for the day.
When two people with different styles start dating, if they are both really serious about each other, their styles will eventually start merging. The person with the stronger sense of style, with the best overall fashion sense, will generally end up leading the direction, with input and moderation from the other party. I wouldn't worry at all about a guy not wanting to date you because he didn't like your style. If a guy is that fickle that he doesn't like such an expressive side of your personality, he isn't going to like you. Period. So it's better to flush him out of the bush and know that up front so you can move on and find someone that will appreciate you.1
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