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Welcome once again to Fandango’s Provocative Question.
This week’s provocative question is about “style.” What do I mean by style? Well, as Shakespeare might say, there’s the rub. According to my extensive research, style refers to a person’s particular way of expressing themselves — whether that’s through style of clothing, writing style, preferred hair style, or style of architecture. It’s the total combination of the way a person dresses, talks, writes, moves their body, etc. Simply put, style is how we express our inner being outwardly. This includes all of our thoughts, emotions, interests, and values. Everything on the outside is merely a reflection of what’s on the inside.
Having read all that, I still can’t put my finger on what style actually is. Do we each have one style or do we have several or even many styles? So my question to you is about how you would characterize your style. You can interpret the question any way you wish as you consider your answer. So here’s the question.
What’s your style?
I think it’s a very interesting question!
It is difficult to analyze one’s own style, dispassionately. But I’ll give it a try.
I like to be smartly dressed, but with comfort. I like bright colors and would like to optimistically think that I look sophisticated, but probably not. Or maybe sometimes.
Flattering and easy to maintain. I usually get a keratin treatment for my extra-frizzy hair so that I don’t have to d spend a lot of time styling them. Though I do like to get my roots dyed regularly and a cut every other month.
I am a very clumsy person. Always in a hurry and not looking where I’m going lands me in slips and falls. I do try to be elegant and careful but not very successful at it.
Simple and comfortable. Don’t like posh, fancy surroundings, just clean and comfortable. Grandeur doesn’t impresses me unless it’s a historical building.
I write whatever is in my mind. Here there are no filters. I want to learn through my writing and I try to express my point of view to others. I am more comfortable expressing my views via poetry but sometimes prose fits the requirements better. ( Like now)
If I sum up my personal style, I think I am a bit vain about my appearance, but not about where I live. My writing is honest and direct. As for my movements, unfortunately I am very clumsy and am often in middle of an accident of my own making.
Thanks Fandango, for this truly thought provoking question. It made me analyze myself, which I don’t often do.