What is my fashion philosophy? I'm pretty sure I don't even have one. Some people claim that their philosophies entail asking "Do I love it?", "Can I afford it?", or "Does it go with anything I own already?" before buying an object. I suppose I try to stick with the former, but money is never an object because the clothes I like are always dirt cheap and I never even consider what matches in my wardrobe until I take the piece home. This results in a wearable collection of memorabilia pieces and loud patterns that beg to be worn. Even though not everything begs to be worn with loud patterns, I really couldn't love my clothes more.
Alright, I suppose you want to label me it could be said that I mix classicism with quirks and try to slap my name on it. But it sems to me that too many people try to do that and it just results in a "tired" style effect. That idea of teaching an old tricks in fashion is painfully universal. It's the reason why Diane Von Furstenburg's wrap dress pattern is updateable and innovation-friendly but the principles never actually change. So the next time anyone asks me about a fashion philosophy, I'll be proud to say that all fashion philosophies are more or less the same and I'm taking the road less travelled by ceasing to have one.