Things I care about representing on this blog: People as they are, never styled, never changed. Personal Style. This blog is called "As Worn" as in "As worn by this person I just saw on the street..." I want to show people who are totally committed to their look. I want to capture people who catch my eye exactly as they are. I care about the whole look. It is right from head to toe, bag included. If you have everything together and right, that is the look I am interested in. I am interested in diversity. Your look may not be what I wear, but I get it. If your look is amazing, I want to share it through photos and find out what the individual pieces are that make up your whole. I love New York City because every day I see people who are not represented in editorial pages, but who blow my mind! Just walking on the street everyday I will see at least one person who gets it right from head to toe. I find the people who catch my eye the most also have an ease with what they wear. They wear it well. I love the details. Jewelry, belts, hair, make-up, bags, shoes... they all tell the story. If I have stopped you and you see yourself here, it is because I love how you look! (If there is any detail that I have mislabeled or mistaken, please contact me to fix!) I want the world to see how people with style do it on their own. This all started because a while back I decided to start telling people I saw who looked great that they inspired me. Magazines are dinosaurs. I want to get to the essence of a look. What do you care about? The whole package! Why not show it? Photo + credit = le look. I get so enthused when I see someone who has a special look, who is put together. If I love your look, I will chase you down, running for blocks and blocks... Thank you New York City!
Every day I see people who take care in their appearance. Those who have an attention to detail. I try to list things in people's own words. I feel as though magazines are passé. I want those interested to be able to get to the meat of the image. AS WORN is simply an observation about what is worn and who made what is worn. Real people who I see walking about. It is so rare, but when done right, it's wonderful.