when i first emerged from my nest wearing all white clothing, i told everyone (who remarked on the dramatic change or asked, "what's up?") that i was conducting an experiment. i wanted to determine if all the claims about white clothing making one feel cooler than black clothing could be backed up by actual experience. i know that white reflects light while black absorbs it, so, logically, white clothing should make one feel cooler than black clothing, but could i actually feel a difference? well ... i think that i can feel the difference. of course, a feeling is just a feeling and very open to the power of suggestion. i may need to find some way of objectively measuring the different experiences. then again, do i really care whether feeling cooler is a function of suggestion or objective reality?
i am wearing the crop point top, the manifold dress and the amazing skirt by kaliyana. my shoes are the boss shoe (box collection) by trippen.