Build day! (Follow along in Instagram stories.) Something I’ve been experimenting with is upcycling denim work wear, and personally customizing pants to my own style. Here at the build site, I’m very happy to see they that the pants are actual functioning perfectly in the carpentry workshop. It’s nice and airy, but also keeping out all the sawdust and protecting from there odd scrape or flying nail.
Street wear and work wear are so often about looking and being “Fresh.” I have no beef with that, but it’s not something I relate to. It’s just not how I was raised, or who I’ve become. But who am I?
Frankly, I think that that’s something I’m still figuring out. It’s gonna take some serious time to answer that question. But if I look at my lifestyle, my work ethic, and how I execute? I’ll tell you this: you’re equally as likely to see me in a posh gallery opening as you are too see me in a delivery bay or service elevator, hauling crates and crates of milk or gallons of paint. Those things are both equally me. Doesn’t it make sense for my personal style to reflect that eclectic lifestyle?