Sunday, February 12, 2012

Midlife Crisis

Midlife crisis is such a common excuse given by one who braved the extraordinary.  I started blogging since 2008.  But it is all about my love for art, a passion which anyone I suppose can engage in regardless of age.  You may have wondered why I just recently engaged in fashion blogging, a forum usually used by female a little over half my age displaying how clothes look fab in their  anorexic bodies.  Could it really be that I have bouts of midlife crisis?

I looked at the definition of "midlife crisis" at Wikipedia.  It is defined as period of dramatic self-doubt that is felt by some individuals in the "middle years" or middle age of life, as a result of sensing the passing of their own youth and the imminence of their old age.  The result may be a desire to make significant changes in core aspects of day-to-day life or situation, such as in career, work-life balance, marriage, romantic relationships, large expenditures, or physical appearance (emphasis supplied on the last one).  This definition struck me like a bolt of lightning.  It confirms my state of mind indeed!  Thus, this blog . . . and most recently. . . my bangs!  Lol!

(Top/Shorts: Greenhills Bazaar / Accessories: SM and Landmark / Shoes: Zara)

And you think it stops there, watch how I used color blocking against all odds at the dismay of my husband who thinks I am regressing.

(Top: Dorothy Perkins / Shorts: Landmark / Belt: SM / Accessory: Landmark)

Whatever crisis I am going through (medically or legally defined), I just refused to be depressed with little lines here and there.  I choose to defy aging as far as I can by being fashionable apt (with probably few misses) and by blogging it.


1 comment:

  1. No one it ever too old for fashion!!! Color block all you want, dear :-) Stay fab,


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