Wearing Michael Kors dress &,belt Asos shirt, Valentino sandal, Louis Vuitton bag, Marc Cain gold body tattoo sticker, Spektre sunglasses
Photo credits to: Özkan Süryan ©
Many people are blessed with beauty. Some even make a career of it. But very few can work both sides of the runway.
From my early childhood years I loved fashion. When I started experimenting, it was to make myself feel happy, to look in the mirror and be satisfied. I never did drag or anything like that. It was always that I wanted to be pretty, to look beautiful, as a girl would want to.
I’ve seen it all – this is staggeringly obvious, but actually easier said than done. We live in a world where women are constantly compared, critiqued and told who they should be, so it’s hardly surprising we lose our fashion mojo under the pressure. Here’s the thing (and I’m going to be completely honest): unless you’re a supermodel, not everything will work on you. There is a reason models do the job they do.
I don’t really have that sort of strong identity—I identify as what I am. And you should too!
Beauty goes beyond gender, you don’t need to know if someone is a man or a woman to think they are beautiful. You don’t need to be attracted to them, but you can’t deny that this person has beautiful features.