Wardrobe is an extension on personality, and if you’re not a person who jumps out the window, then you're not going to do that fashion-wise. When you do, it's going to look and feel like a stretch. Also, remember my first tenet in getting dressed is how you feel in the morning. So if you're not being true blue to that, it usually shows. Those are the people you see and say to yourself "Why are you wearing that?! It's not you." You know, you've heard people say that before. You sort of have to become what you’re wearing. It's like your exoshell — your exo-skeleton, if you will.
I can't say what I'm going to wear all the time. The minute that I say that, then there's something in me that tips off and then I need to break out of that. Though I can say that probably for the last four years, I've been wearing Sponge Bob toe socks, I always wear camo boxers and a super-soft Billionaire Boys Club V-neck or crew neck, as an undershirt. Well, my hair's been green by default, but I don't know if it'll be green forever, but it's not black and it's not its natural color right now. Oh and my tattoos. [When it comes to consistent style] I'm not anti-anything, but it's also not as black and white for me.
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