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in search of my style

Finding My Style - Chronic Style

I think in the last several years I have made great strides at discovering who I am and how it relates to chronic illness, infertility, and now motherhood.  Sometimes I still wonder if I’m doing the right thing or instead wandering aimlessly but I highly doubt those feelings will ever fade completely.  However, I am very very lost in regards to who I am style-wise.  I see these young, hip, and fashionable moms and I think “I so wish I had it together like that!”  I attempt to stay somewhat current on trends.  I visit often and check out Style Watch.  I love watching What Not to Wear (and would LOVE the chance to get on the show – hint hint – if anyone would like to nominate me!  ha!).  But I just can’t put in into practice.  Regardless of what Stacy and Clinton says, comfort is important and sometimes with chronic illness, it wins out over style (of course in a perfect universe the two worlds would collide – at an affordable price tag!)

I have tried different phases.  Like the rocker phase (hence the blog design).  I’ve done the black hair, dark clothes, and black nails (which I may never give up BTW – I PPH dark nail polish).  I really wish I could pull off but I’m not sure I can.  Sure I love rocking my face off to Skillet and Red and have a girl crush on Abby Scuito but I’m not sure that its really “me.”  Because at the same time, I can’t let go of my country roots and love being outdoors barefoot and in jeans.  So I’m not really sure if its possible to mix the two or not.  So instead I stick to what I know and what’s comfortable.  Lately, this is my go-to uniform:

Basic Comfort

And maybe this is the “real me” and I can just rock my Keens like another hip mom rocks her stilettos.

So I promise the point of this post was not to ramble but instead maybe have some help to seek out my personal style.  I am totally ok with being a jeans and tshirt kind  of girl but want to learn to accessorize to bring some personality as well.  Any tips?
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4 comments on “in search of my style

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  2. Lindsey says:

    I am a dye my hair black and paint my nails black kind of girl. I love piercings and tattoos. I am also a Christian. Those things tend to get you weird looks at church. I have found that trying to find a single look for all aspects of your personality is impossible. You just have to be you without apology. People appreciate a person who is willing to be honestly herself. I found a church where I fit in and am much happier not trying to find myself and just being myself. Great post. Visiting from SITS.

    • Jamee says:

      Thank you for your response! It is so nice to have affirmation knowing that I can be into black and tattoos and still be taken seriously as a Christian! I really appreciate your visit and will definitely be following your wisdom to be myself unapologetically!

  3. […] post that I wish more people read was In Search of Me.  I think often in our life situations sometimes it is so easy to get caught up in what is going […]


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