For me, fashion isn’t just about the latest styles; it’s something a bit more. If I’m expecting a hard day, one that requires lot of decision-making, I might wear something that is dark, tough and structured. For some reason, I feel more powerful and put together, as if the outside armor helps me be stronger internally. When I’m exhausted, I like to be cocooned in an oversized sweater because it’s comforting to be enveloped in something soft and warm.
I don’t know where it comes, nature or nurture? That’s why I really love the Invisibilia podcast, which delves into the human psyche. Like so many, I’m obsessed with podcasts. I love to listen to them during while doing errands – particularly when I’m walking somewhere. It’s the perfect time to get lost in a beautiful narrative, laugh at a funny moment, and broaden one’s horizon by peering into another’s story. I also feel that it helps balance out all the terrible/amazing Bravo shows I watch (think Vanderpump Rules, not Housewives :D).
This particular episodes, The Secret Emotional Life of Clothes, follows unintended impact of clothes. They share six, very different stories about humans grappling with the power of clothes.
Take a listen. You just might learn something about yourself or someone else. Tell me what you think.
Invisibilia is a show from NPR. Invisibilia (Latin for invisible things) is about the invisible forces that control human behavior – ideas, beliefs, assumptions and emotions. Co-hosted by Lulu Miller, Hanna Rosin and Alix Spiegel, Invisibilia interweaves narrative storytelling with scientific research that will ultimately make you see your own life differently.
Image, show description and episode description comes from the show’s website. No, this is not sponsored content – I just love it that much 🙂