The Stone File: 06/09/16


don't quit your daydream

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How cute is this "Dont Quit Your Daydream" T from The Home T's new line: Doc Shorty? If you're a fan of the classic "Home" T's, this one is just as amazingly soft and focuses on products that motivate people and make them happy! What's better than that?

Growing up, I had a really hard time fitting in and making friends. Why? Because I was constantly picked on for the way I dressed. Instead of showing up to school in jeans and a t-shirt like everyone else, I wanted to wear my Juicy Couture blazer and skirt set with matching Uggs (you know, back when that was a thing). I was living in Aviano, Italy at that time and became so inspired by Italian style, but I attended school on an American military base so there was a sharp contrast between the chic, Italian style that I loved and how that was received at school by kids that had no interest in fashion whatsoever and simply didn't understand why I did. I remember kids coming up to me asking why I always dress "like I'm going somewhere." I didn't know then, but now I know that it's because I was going somewhere, and now I'm there. When I think back, I feel so silly for wishing I could dress like everyone else when I was so blessed at that age to be able to wear anything I wanted.

As I grew up, I began to feel more comfortable with my style and okay with the fact that it was different, but I always had a bit of hesitation when it came to starting a fashion blog. The Stone File was something I wanted to do for years and, just two years ago, I published my first blog post and can say that my life has absolutely been changed for the better. For the first time, I felt completely, 100% my true self. Thank you so much for reading this, supporting me and following along with me and The Stone File. I'm so appreciative and so happy that I never quit my daydream.

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