Wednesday, June 12, 2013

How You Dress Says Much About You

Quite recently, I've been getting quite a number of modelling jobs. I've done work for Estee Lauder and Clarins, been approached by online retailers and high end hair salons to do some modelling for them, as well as little modelling jobs for independent photographic and film societies. I've also attended a society event, and as a result, got my picture requested and published and on their website (I still feel like a fraud). That is quite strange for me because I've been getting more attention about my looks in my 30s than in my 20s.

I've done a bit of commercial work when I was a child, in real estate television advertisements, educational magazines, and in my early twenties, commercial work for fashion magazines. Commercial work simply means posing to illustrate a story or sell something, and not the glamorous kind that you see on runway or fashion tv with all the top models in the world.

I've been wondering, has it been due to the way I've been dressing?

Read more about my thoughts about this here.

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