If I were to draw a Venn Diagram (yes, I'm resorting to maths for explanation) to describe my taste in clothes, I think it would consist of three converging circles named as follows: Circle A, tacky-90s-girly-sometimes-ghetto-diva-queen; Circle B, grotty-homeless-grunge-goth; and Circle C, minimalist-sophisticated-modernist-experimental-silhouettes-girl. They're a bit of a weird combination, but I think this outfit mainly consists of circle C. Circle C, if it's not already clear to you, is the one that doesn't thrive on colour or patterns or anything much. Hence the monochrome, interesting textures and sporty vibes - although sporty vibes are a little nod to Circle A.. Have I lost anyone yet?!
So the outfit consists of following: A mesh numerals-sporty-type top/dress, from Penneys - mainly a Circle C, but it also shows some characteristics of Circle A. The leather shorts underneath are from H&M, and they're a breed of Circle A and B, with the leather and all. The platform sneakers (the closest I could get to some Max Star converse that I have been dreaming of for years) are from Primark (no, not Penneys.. I went to Manchester last week! Ooh, photos coming soon..), and although this is a Circle C outfit, I think we can all confirm they're a solid Circle A shoe. The black bralet/crop top is from Topshop. That's just a basic, no circles. Right?
And that, ladies and gents, is how dressing yourself can be mathematical. You're welcome.
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