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Living here [in Los Angeles] and having a car, I can drop home real quick and change clothes and then go back out… What happens is, like a witch, you can dictate how people see you—you get to organize how they interpret your own energy. And then their energy, reflected back at you—or me—becomes hypnotic. I felt like Superman to my everyday Clark.
RuPaul on the power of clothing (via putthison)
This is partly why I’m getting so interested in upping my fashion game lately. In the past two years I’ve revamped about half my wardrobe with decent dress shirts, expressive and also dressy ties, some fun tie clips, a couple nice suits, and an array of colored socks.
Making an effort in any venture—what you create, what you eat, how you dress—sends a message.