Plaid shirt: brother's
high waist pants: Uniqlo
Shoes: Cole Haan
Wore this outfit on my way to see Blue Jasmine, and my friend told me I looked very Woody Allen esque, which is fantastic in my book. I even kinda look like this Woody Allen post I did a while back.
I really enjoyed this movie, and surprising connected with Jasmine. It kind of reminded me of who I was as a kid, and during the chat room days I could pretend to be whoever I wanted to be than the person I was. The person I was lived on the south side of chicago and got bullied constantly, but the person online could be a kid from Egypt or Italy, no one really cared to back check, because we were all pretending. The escape felt good for a while, but as I got older I learned I can't hide from who I am, I can only direct the person I will become. Whenever I have a great change I always try to "reinvent" myself. Whether it was the fresh start of a school year, starting a new job, or like now moving to a new city. But after living in New York for a month now, I realized I don't want to change the person that I am. I like myself, I like my family, I like where I come from. Why lie?