An article in Sonya Philip’s monthly series, Wear What You Make, typically kicks off a deep, interesting conversation in the comments.
Sonya ostensibly writes about her handsewn and handknit wardrobe, but the response to her pieces may not be entirely because readers really need guidance on how to dress. (Although of course we all need help, sometimes, to feel inspired about our personal style.)
You know what I think it is? The pictures. Sonya’s pictures are life-giving. They show a woman who has struggled to find her true voice and style, and who has emerged from the struggle, and is sometimes even continuing the struggle, with honesty, self-confidence and self-respect.
Sonya’s pictures impart joy. They’re contagious, as is her message of calm reflection and self-love.
Sonya’s columns are well worth revisiting, or discovering for the first time. Enjoy!
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Catch up with Sonya, and get in on the conversation, even if it’s only a conversation with yourself.