Blog by Aura Charisse

by Aura Charisse 



Posted by Aura Charisse on May 27, 2017 at 7:25 AM

Here's a confession, I find it rather difficult to relate to most people.

Usually I feel like I'm such an old soul to be relevant to people my age. Sometimes I feel like being a nerd weird others out. Often my emotions get too extreme only few would understand. On most days, I feel that my morals can seem too rigid. Or possibly, my thoughts frighten others, whether it be bizarre, witty, or grim.

Whatever the case, I find difficulty in expressing myself in reality. I have this tendency to enclose myself in a shell for fear of prejudice --- which really shouldn't be the case, though natural and understandable --- but gradually (and I absolutely mean gradually) I'm learning to step out of my comforts and crack that shell open.

It's in the pieces of clothing and the lather of makeup where I can find a common ground with my peers. Appeal steals the attention of bystanders. Difference initiates curiosity in acquaintances. Little compliments spark a conversation among friends. For me, dressing up can be as simple as wanting to look good and decent, yet as complicated as displaying a common interest with those sharing similar styles.

Other than passion, I continue to create content because maybe, I'm not as irrelevant as I think I am. I guess, you can say it's part of embracing ourselves in the best possible way, to present our identities, wholly and raw, as an essential substance of authentic living. To further elaborate, I end with this quote,

“You can either be judged because you created something or ignored because you left your greatness inside of you.”

Indigo lace romper form Zalora PH (Something Borrowed) | Sling from Coach | Amethyst set from Korea 

Happy weekend, dear readers!

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