Quote of the day
Clothing is an extension of who we are. Much like a turtle with its shell, we tell the world the who, the what, the where, and the when of our lives by what we wear on our backs. Your clothes reveal more about your internal life than you may realize.
~JENNIFER BAUMGARTNER, author of You Are What You Wear: What Your Clothes Reveal About You
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