I bought jeans that fit.
[...and I like them!]
Here's what happened.
I went to Buffalo Exchange, and just thought I would search their jean section. Unexpectedly, I happened upon two pairs that actually fit.
I have bought into the societal norm of women's fashion, and am now an individual who wears jeans that are form-fitting.
Was my proclamation of wearing baggy jeans one that was out of frustration for my inability to actually find jeans that fit? Was I wanting to "stick it to the man" of fashion?
This is a mini-case study about the psychology of fashion + individuals in the context of societal trends and it has me analyzing the structure of the French Court from the position of the courtiers, and how they longed to fit-in with the acceptable fashions. Would I have strived to fit-in, or been one who was in revolt?
These are things I am pondering...
It is good to finally be honest with you all though.