Sunday, September 27, 2015

{ gingham + green }















Hey there!
First things first: big news... the boutique I work for finally got their website up and running, so if you have sec, go check it out :) 
This week I have been definitely been feeling the green vibes. Not wanting summer to fade is hard
and letting go of these hues is going to be even harder. One of the things that I have noticed while having a blog is just how versatile my style is. I think one thing I have struggled with in fashion is my identity and style within that identity. I think that the world has decided that labels make fashion easier. Goth, preppy, edgy, simplistic... the list goes on and on. But as of late I have been paying attention to just how diverse my style is.
Last year when talking to another sister (Rachel Timmerman of Something Delightful blog) I realized just how much fashion and my style have helped me in life. As shallow as it may sound (hate me), you may not always have control over being the prettiest, tallest, blondest, most gorgeous woman or man in the room, but you can control if you are the best dressed one. And even if you are not.... if you feel good about your outfit it can alter the mood you are in 100%.
I truly believe that if you feel confident in what you are wearing (no matter what anyone else thinks) you feel 1000 times better. So, you may be thinking to yourself, "but Hailey, you said you want to be the best dressed person in the room but it doesn't matter if anyone knows it but you? How does that make sense?". Honestly, style is such a beautiful, strange thing in that it is exactly what you want it to be and diverse in its own way. No one else in this world has the exact same closet as you.
No one else in this world will style and outfit EXACTLY like you. So, when people ask me what my style is from now on I have decided that it is whatever I want it to be THAT day. Some times I wake up and I think "eh, today I am feeling the 'hipster' vibe" and others I want to be a classy business woman who gets stuff done. But that doesn't mean that I cant brand myself as Hailey Daily, the style enthusiast who has a complete style of her own. And to be honest, that is something that I have struggled with.
What if people don't like my posts because I'm too wishy-washy? What if they think I don't have one set style? Those are legitimate questions I have asked myself. And having said that I do agree that consistency is very important in running a blog, but that doesn't mean that it cant be diverse and different and a little interesting every once in while.

Now, hows that for a rant? I guess that's exactly what a blog is for, right?
(right)

Thanks for reading..

Until next time,

Hailey Daily


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