After having so much fun with my last look, The Red Shoes, I felt inspired to put a look together with broader strokes of symbolism and artistic appeal. Ultimately, I wanted to create a look of shapes and solidarity. Sending a message that says, all differences are beautiful, so just love.
I wore glasses for this look because the meaning of the outfit is bigger than me. I also wore burgundy lipstick and shoes as a way to symbolize love.
This Reformation top is so cool to me because I can wear it two different ways. Rather than wearing it on the shoulders, I wore it off, creating a similar shape as my half hexagon clutch. Both symbolize an inverse hierarchy, an ideal where the interests of the many support the few, and where organizations and businesses are treated as the groups they are instead of like individuals.
This skirt is the most fun to me because it brings the most shape to the look. It’s made up of squares, triangles, and as a whole, it’s bell-shaped. The strong masculine lines of the grid juxtaposed with the soft bell curve symbolizes harmony between the full range genders. Oh! Let me let you in on a little secret… I’m wearing the skirt inside out. I’ll show you what the skirt looks like soon ;)
The color of these pointed pumps were a perfect tie in with my lipstick. As I said earlier, they represent love; a deep grounded love that emanates from within. But, they needed more oomph. So, I added these diamond patterned fishnet ankle socks. They're made of recycled yarn and they can elevate almost any basic shoe and/or outfit without being too much. They also support the idea that we can show off our sexiness without having to sell sex.