“Fashion changes, but style endures.”
― Coco Chanel
Welcome to Style Month at SDS! Throughout April we’re going to be talking beauty, fashion, makeup, identity, psychology, marketing, and consumerism–because style is anything but a shallow concept.
I’m hoping to shake things up with some new post formats, a bit of personal writing, and of course to continue to work towards being smarter, savvier consumer overall. Even though we’re going to be talking about what’s often considered a frivolous topic (false), this very much falls under the yearly theme of: Less But Better when it comes to spending and consuming in general.
Like unto Money Month, I hope you guys will play along, comment, share your own posts and writing on similar topics, and signal boost other content worth sharing. If a book has changed your thoughts on style, share it! If you’ve developed a signature look, let me know how you found it! I hope to tick off a few more of my 101/1001 goals but mostly I’m looking forward to discussing an oddly personal topic in a hopefully broad and interactive way with the minion coterie. I really enjoyed my last month-long project and am hoping you guys enjoy this one just as much.
2 thoughts on “Style Month”
Just to be clear…that pic isn’t your closet, right? 🙂
Looking forward to reading these.
My time spent in Paris help to cement the idea of less/better. I’m still wearing some monk-strap shoes bought in (!) 1995, but they’re Fratelli Rosetti and I dare anyone to guess how old they really are. I’m not one to spend hours deciding what to wear, nor do I have the budget for unlimited masses of clothing. It focuses your attention to own less/better.
Having said that, I am ready and armed to shop in Paris, London and Berlin this summer!