I got this idea of doing Zodiac inspired outfits from Safiya Nygaard who did this on her YouTube. So I thought this would be a fun idea as well just comparing what several fashion bloggers claim would be the ideal Taurus outfit of the day then applying that to my wardrobe. I did try to wear only items I already owned for this as I don’t really have the space in my budget to go get a whole new outfit nor the space for it at the moment. If you don’t know what a zodiac is, it is the same as your horoscope which is based off when you were born. I was born on May 15th, so that makes me a Taurus. Though I typically don’t agree with everything that people state are “Taurus” things, as they don’t fit in with me. But there aren’t twelve types of people in the world. So take all of this with a grain of salt. So what do the experts say is my ideal fashion sense?

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If it were up to me I would wear pajamas every day, or a pair of sweat pants and a hoodie. But I can’t exactly wear that to work as I would probably get fired for dress inappropriately for the office. So how do you get the comfort of pajamas when you have to dress more presentable? And if you’re like me, I sit at a desk for nine works while I’m working. So the thought of tight clothing is so uncomfortable. Along with wearing heels, they just rub in the wrong way on most days. And after several years of experimenting with my style I’ve come up with ten techniques to dress comfortable yet stylish at the same time.

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Today’s History of the Trend is another subculture. This is another subculture that I grew up around, I never got into it as I was more on the punk/emo side, but a lot of my friends were Goth. I also have a lot of scene friends but that will be a History of the Trend post for in the future as that is a whole separate category that also was born around the same time from as a subculture that originated from punk. I’ll also cover emo at a future date as well.

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For the next history of the trend, I’m going to another sub-culture much like the punk one I did a few weeks ago. As you can read from the title, I’m going to focus on Kawaii sub-culture. I remember first seeing this when I was in Junior High School (2000s) but never really got into it as I went more down the punk/emo direction. And still sort of live in that realm fashion wise. But I do enjoy looking at Kawaii fashion, it’s just doesn’t match my personality.

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