How to kick off the new year wearing the "idea" of all your resolutions:
"This old thing? I just threw it together last minute."
Let's be real. You live most of your life not planning ahead nor ever leaving enough time to figure sh*t out. Get it together and manage your time more wisely!
Look like you tried without trying
I get it. You couldn't be bothered. But, consider putting more effort into yourself in the coming year. Ya know? Try a little harder. A little effort never hurt nobody. Also, just stop being lazy.
Compromise: Comfort with a touch of Glam
Life is all about compromises right? I mean, don't try to be something you're not. But throw off those sweats and still enjoy the comfort of oversized clothes as long as they have nice silky textures. There...GLAM. You did it. You leveled up.
Be a more extroverted introvert
Buy a purse with a face on it so if you have no one at your New Year's party (or any party for that matter) to talk to, you can entertain yourself by having a conversation with your purse. OR, maybe attempt to be more social with human beings this new year and a little less crazy than that girl on the wall talking to her purse. That being said, it doesn't hurt to own something that could act as a great conversation starter if you have trouble being that purse-on (person...get it?) Yeah, I need more human interaction myself.
Embrace different colors! (This has a double meaning per our current political climate in America if you couldn't catch my drift.)
This year don't limit yourself to all black or all neutrals, and instead, wear every color at once. If people compliment you, say you love playing with color combos. If people question you, just say you're color blind. It's a win win situation.
This was a weird post. 2016 was a weird year. I'm a weird person. Here's to 2017 surpassing all my expectations. I love you guys and am eternally thankful for your support in all my random endeavors. You guys fuel me.
See you never again 2016. Can't wait to meet you 2017.
*Outfit is from Virgo Downtown but can also be purchased via Kernl. Check some of these pieces out here or here! All photos taken by Josh Chang, co-founder of Kernl.*