The self-confidence hype up we all need to do!

Babbeling, Style

Jeg så denne video, 'Den selvtillid, som vi alle har brug for. 2020.' af UnJaded Jade, hvor hun taler om, hvordan man skal elske sig selv, nøjagtigt som man er. For som hun siger det, så lever vi i en verden, der tjener penge på din usikkerhed, så det største oprør du kan foretage dig, er at elske dig selv og være selvsikker.
Da jeg så videoen (og elskede den), huskede jeg to indlæg (læs dem her og her), som jeg skrev tilbage i 2015, som jeg kaldte 'Fashion is a statement'. Dette var også dengang, hvor jeg plejede at skrive "Hej interweb, eller hej Bettys og dudes" Hvilken æra haha..
Men hvad jeg huskede om disse to indlæg var, at jeg legede rundt med mit tøj og min makeup, bare for det var sjovt. Jeg føler mig lidt flov over disse billeder, men på den anden side er jeg også ret stolt, og glad for det faktum, at jeg legede rundt og prøvede at finde ud af, hvordan jeg ville have min stil, og hvem jeg ville være.
Dette er hvad jeg skrev tilbage i de to ældre indlæg: "Mode behøver ikke at være smuk for at være et statement. Fra den tanke og et kig ind i mit klædeskab blev der skrevet en række indlæg" Dette havde også meget at gøre med det faktum, at jeg ikke følte mig lige så smuk eller cool, som pigerne i skolen. Men jeg var også meget opmærksom på, at det ikke var det eneste, der betød noget, så jeg eksperimenterede og prøvede ting af. #proudofmyyoungerself

"Det betyder ikke noget, at jeg er grim. Jeg bliver bare nødt til at finde ud af, hvor præcist det er sandt. Jeg vil bevise, at det ikke betyder noget" Sådan opfinder man en pige af Caitlin Moran (2014) - Et citat jeg tænkte meget på og stadig nogle gange gør.

Af at have husket de gamle blogindlæg, være i gang med at gense Euphoria, se Unjaded Jades video og det at jeg har følt mig ret så fjollet, og mindre værd den seneste tid, besluttede jeg mig for at lege rundt med mit tøj og min makeup igen, bare fordi det er sjovt. Ikke for at være smuk, ikke for at tage ud, men fordi jeg havde lyst til det. Dette er de to outfits jeg fik ud af det. Det var befriende på en lille men god måde. Jeg lyttede også til Boss Bitch af Jojo Cat, og hvis det ikke er en vibe, så ved jeg ikke hvad er!

Hvad med dig? Hvor ofte leger du med din makeup eller dit tøj? Og er det overhovedet noget du synes du har behov for? Del dine tanker og oplevelser i kommentarfeltet - jeg vil meget gerne høre din mening! Du må også meget gerne sende en DM på Instagram, hvis du synes det er for offentlig at skrive her på bloggen!

Du kan følge min feel-good boss ass babe Pinterest board her eller følge med på Instagram her.


// I watched
this video, 'The self-confidence hype up we all need. 2020.' by UnJaded Jade wherein she talks about how to love yourself exactly as you are. Because as she puts it, we live in a world that profits off your insecurities so the biggest rebellion is to love yourself and be confident. When watching that video (and loving it) I remembered two posts (read them here and here) I made back in 2015 which I called 'Fashion is a statement'. This was also back in the day when I used to write "Hello interweb, or hello Bettys and dudes" What an era haha.
But what I remembered about these two posts was that I was playing around with clothes and makeup, just for the fun of it. I do kind of feel embarrassed about those pictures, but on the other hand, I'm also quite proud and happy about the fact that I did play around and was trying to figure out what I wanted my style to be like, and who I wanted to be. This is what I wrote back in those two older posts: "Fashion doesn't have to be pretty to make a statement. From that thought and a look inside my closet a series of posts were made up" Which had a lot to do with the fact that I didn't feel beautiful or cool, like the girls at school. But I was also very aware that it wasn't the only thing that mattered, so I experimented and did my own thing. #proudofmyyoungerself

"It doesn't matter that I am ugly. I will just have to work out how exactly, that is true. I will prove that it doesn't matter" How to build a girl by Caitlin Moran (2014) - A quote I thought about a lot and still sometimes do.

Remembering those old blog posts, rewatching Euphoria and watching Unjaded Jade's video, and feeling kind of bad about myself for some moments this past month, I decided to play around with my clothes and makeup again, for the fun of it. Not to be pretty, not to go out, but for me, because I wanted to. These are the two outfits that came of it.
It was liberating in a small but good way. I was also listening to Boss Bitch by Jojo Cat because if that isn't a vibe I don't know what is!

So what about you? How often do you play around with makeup or your clothes? And do you even feel a need to? Please share your thoughts and experiences in the comment section - I would love to hear! You are also very welcome to send a DM on Instagram if you think it is to public, to write a comment on my blog.

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Jacket: Mads Nørgaard (Old so sold out) Jeans: Levi's (On sale so be quick)

Turtle neck: Soy concept Blazer: Thrift shop (Doesn't have a tag so don't know the brand) Jewellery: Thrift Jeans: Levi's (On sale so be quick) Boots: B&CO (old so sold out)

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