Admittedly, it’s taken awhile to update since Bec and I got back to LA (above are a few of my favorite photos from Atlantic City, my friend’s wedding in Maryland in which I was honored to read Corinthians 13, and my own home in Jersey). I was also debating about the direction I want this blog to head in. Sure, I buy a lot of clothes and I love sharing my purchases with you. But I always wonder, shouldn’t I be doing something more productive/meaningful/life-enhancing? The conclusion that I came to is this: anything that allows me an audience in the Worldwide Web is meaningful. It is productive to exchange ideas and thoughts with bloggers around the world. The free-flow of thoughts enhance my life because this blog is an outlet for all of the stored up bits of fashion that I have in me and it is here that I can let them flood free.
And as much as I love fashion, I also love to write and I don’t want to lose my writing amidst the photos of myself. Because the world doesn’t revolve around me- not even in my own world. So I’ve decided that this blog, this forum for my own thoughts, will accordingly expand to such- as I will also be including my own commentary on life. Generally. Specifically. And genuinely. And while I spent more hours that I’d like to admit trying to think of a name for my little companion, The Blog, I quickly realized that none of the fashion-related titles that I came up with quite fit me. I also thought that it may be worth it to look into titles that weren’t too specific so that I could expand it to anything that I wanted it to be. So I started to think of words that I like. Words that sounded neat-o. Words that could mean me when paired together. Because just like fashion, you can pair two completely absurd pieces of clothing together to form one brilliantly absurd piece of art. Not that Wrecked Stellar is art, or even brilliant, or absurd. But maybe, just maybe, on any given day, Wrecked Stellar could be the canvas for an artful thought, brilliant both in and out of disguise, and so absurd that it could actually pass for my brutal honesty.