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Ok she’s white she can pull off all the light pinks and the classy look now I’m Latina and not white i would not pull it off . But my inner me is Freddy this is how I feel inside but on the outside Shane Dawson. . .
Natural this natural that.. You would not be saying that if you had anything to actually cover like hyperpigmentation also everything in baby pink is kind of tacky and child like not timeless at all its all rather bland every other sentence is plain this plain that just like you really plain and bland
take your head out of your ass
I love your style and I think you are really inspiring. However, I dress sometimes in baggy stuff and really tight stuff. I go for a more 'street wear' look. Sometimes you can spend thousands on an outfit that I find copies of. I am not trashy or slouchy, I style my clothing just like you do too. We just have different visions. Consider not using traditionally classist language.
You remind me of myself 😭 minus the pink ! But I do limit myself to 5 colors in my wardrobe, and always believed presentation is vital, I just don’t state it out loud cause people tend to get offended, but there’s ways around it. Minor things like ironing a wrinkly shirt, a neat bun if you don’t have time to do your hair, clean classic articles of clothing, and 5 minute makeup makes a big difference 🙂
She seems like the kind of person that has never been on a bus or gets disgusted by people out in public lmao, also if something were to be out of place or the wrong color, she would have a mental breakdown lol
When I was younger I always loved to look completely put together and polished! Sadly, over the past few years I feel like I’ve drifted further away from that for a lot of different reasons. Thank you for this video!! It has definitely inspired me to aim to look more put together recently
Ok, we all get that she’s rich. But her first three points are pretty good tbh. Also, you don’t need a lot of money to be classy, yes, she does have such an expensive kind of accessories, but there are ones that can be absolutely replaced. For example, her tifanny’s bracelet? Buy a good fake one, a decent replica, no one’s gonna notice. Or the bag, do you really need the Prada logo?? You can buy a decent one for not a lot of money if you have enough taste in choosing.
But I disagree with what she has stated about the pale color palette. I understand that bright and neon colours aren’t classy at all. But you could have green, blue, brown, black! For god’s sake! Black is absolutely classy!!
But overall, her advices are good. Maybe she cares too much, but they’re good.
I absolutely love this video thank you so much for sharing.. <3
Edit: I really love and appreciate seeing someone so classy as an influencer on YouTube versus the usual show off everything or look lazy look haha
I'm not even sure what my style is because I've just been buying stuff that fits my entire life (big boobs, getting a reduction next month). It kinda sucks because I'm 26!!! I should know my style by now!
* watches video *
*“Wow! This style is so cute and girly. I need to try it out!”*
* happily opens up the wardrobe *
* remembers that I only own black clothing *
* silently sits back down with a smile *
* flips table *
She's not really that rich, she lives with her parents, most of her clothes are inexpensive the only thing super expensive is her handbags. She looks rich because she puts a lot of thought into what she wears and it fits her well
as a plus sized gal i always feel like i look unkempt. in high school i could dress up and wear some snazzy dress pants and some cool pointed toe shoes, a collared shirt with an interesting texture yet one solid color, and a bold statement necklace (this was 2009 so the style was much different), yet a skinny girl in leggings and a hoodie ALWAYS looked better than me. plus it didn’t help that i had awful skin so it always just looked bad.
Finally I found someone I relate to 💕
I always take care of my physical appearance (without* it even being expensive and designer wear) people would always call me boujee and always thought I came from a wealthy background by the way I look..which is quite comical since I came from a single parent household who is an immigrant. Outer appearance is more than vanity/status but it is also the way you feel and you feel/do your most best when you take care of yourself!
This whole aesthetic is cute and really great and I appreciate the tips but I don’t think it’s helpful to word things in such a way that sounds like you’re saying all woman should adhere to these standards. I’ll never do my nails and I don’t always wear makeup and that’s okay
Secrets and Nightmares of the Teenage Circumcision Circuit.
In South Africa thousands of boys are initiated into manhood each year, but all too often they lose far more than they gain.
T he sun is drooping in the December sky as cicadas weave ominous melodies into the summer air. Their shrill vibrato is the soundtrack to Azola Nkqinqa’s last day as a boy. It’s the time of year when Nkqinqa, 18, and about 50,000 other South African boys, come to one of the many remote initiation schools in order to learn how to be a man. This school is located in the Eastern Cape province — the country’s poorest. In the Xhosa culture, the transition into manhood is marked by a month of instruction from elders, who teach the teens how to be a father, a husband. The Xhosa boys are also circumcised during this time, and most years these schools make headlines because dozens of the boys die during the process.
Nkqinqa is feeling particularly insecure. It is customary for the patriarch in a family to send a boy off, but Nkqinqa’s father has not been a part of his life for several years, and three of his uncles are dead. So a neighbor named Patrick Dakwa has agreed to take responsibility for him. Dakwa is a community volunteer who spends a lot of time trying to make circumcisions safer, running seminars near the Eastern Cape town of Flagstaff, teaching traditional surgeons how to safely dress wounds. However, since previous initiates are sworn to secrecy about the ritual’s details, as he lies in a hut with the other boys, rabid speculation is Nkqinqa’s only close companion.
The next day, the 13 boys in his cohort consecutively go to see a surgeon. Using a blade about the size of a steak knife, he slices off each of their foreskins. Dakwa and his fellow health volunteers recommend in their seminars that separate, disposable razors be used for the circumcisions so as to eliminate the risk of HIV transmission. But this is an illegal initiation school that shows little regard for regulations. All boys go under the same knife here.
The surgeon wraps Nkqinqa’s penis with a traditional dressing comprised of medicinal leaves. The pain is unremitting and debilitating, but Nkqinqa tries not to let his discomfort show. He doesn’t want to appear weak in front of the other emerging men.