Sure, you might be a computer programmer or accountant by day, but there's no reason that your wardrobe can't express your inner creative tendencies. For example, if you've always longed to sport the look of a professional dancer, but never managed to hit the stage, pick up some fitted, scoop-necked shirts or leotards and pair one with a flowing skirt. Tie your hair up in a chignon on the nape of your neck and you practically scream "starving artist with underappreciated talent." Or, if you lean toward the more ethnically-inspired bohemian look, simply don a peasant blouse, minimalist makeup and natural, product-free hair style.
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