Because I wasn’t allowed to explore my sexuality, I had no idea how powerful it was—and I was exuding it. Like an oblivious kid walking down a long hallway with a “kick me” sign on my back. Except my sign read “use me.” I didn’t know I was a target. I learned the hard way.
My boyfriend, Ben, introduced me to color-blocking. Bless him! Color-blocking is when a person wears “blocks” of color in contrasting bright shades. I immediately fell in love with this style, and put my personal twist on it. Funnily enough, I mistook color-blocking to mean wearing the same color or shade, which it is not, butContinue reading “Monochromatic Play”