Chapter 7: What She Wears

Reinvent new combinations of what you already own. Improvise. Become more creative. Not because you have to, but because you want to. Evolution is the secret for the next step

Karl Lagerfeld

I agree that there’s some truth to the old saying, “Clothes make the man.” Or, should it be changed to “The man makes the clothes”? I prefer to go with the latter, as it is often the person themselves that, depending on a specific role, attributes a certain identity to a particular outfit or article of clothing. What one person may view as the perfect outfit for church service, another person might see that same outfit as one fit for a more professional setting. A person’s sense of style and the way that they dress can say a lot about their personal identity and the different roles they play in everyday life.

Casual & Laid-Back


I’ve always been a very relaxed, go-with-the-flow kind of person, and so has my personal sense of style. I’m my most comfortable when I can just throw on a pair of shorts and a T-shirt. This top is what I’d consider to be on the classier casual side of things. I’d usually wear something like this when I’m at home visiting family, or when I’m out and about on the town with some friends.

Health Nut


I also see myself as a foodie and a health nut. Traveling along the same lines as the casual and laid-back style, this is an outfit I’d wear if I wanted to go out for a run, or if I wanted to squeeze in some strength-training at the gym.



Of all the dresses that I own, this one is probably my favorite. I’ve worn it everywhere: to church, on a date, you name it! What I really like about it is the fact that I can dress this outfit up with some heels, or keep things more low-key with a pair of gladiator sandals.

Walmart Employee


This one’s for you, Melodee.

Welcome to Walmart, where the schedule’s made up, and the breaks don’t matter.



This is another one of my favorite dresses, mostly because of the black and beige color combination. All you need is the black heels, and you’ve basically won all of corporate America.


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