Looking back at my younger years

I was recently looking through some old photos and noticed that for much of my younger years I looked quite similar. Obviously my facial features were changing but very slightly. I look at a picture of me now and still see my old self but my style has changed a lot. I think it was at the end of school and throughout college I changed the way I looked using products.  My sister on the other hand I feel hasn’t changed that much at all with the way she looks, however I think her fashion style has changed a lot more than mine has. Maybe it’s just me, or maybe we all change the way we look. Do we all go through ‘phases’ at the same age? Perhaps you’ve always looked the same and then boom you hit 30 and your style changes drastically.



Realistically I think its all part of growing up, experimenting and finding yourself. Of course your personality changes as well but I believe there is a lot of pressure to look a certain way, so being happy and confident in your own skin is the most important thing.

Feel free discuss this topic in the comments and let me know if you think you have changed a lot or even not at all.


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3 thoughts on “Looking back at my younger years

  1. As you said, a lot of it is experimenting and fitting into the right group as it were, we all go through phases not necessarily at the same time, but some phases can last longer than others as we feel more suited to it. for example a lot of teenagers go through a stage where they are considered an ’emo’ I can’t say I ever had this for more than a week! its about developing your own personality and individuality which then becomes your identity.
    I love looking back at old photos, re-living memories and feelings, and you can see how much of a person someone has grown too (not just physically).

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