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I was wearing berets, opaque colored tights and my hair was purple on the edges. [This phase, unfortunately, took shape before I moved to Texas, though it’s yet to want to be resurrected.] The cowgirl phase overlapped so seamlessly with the subsequent Prairie Girl Phase, I am not sure when one started and the other began.That one featured oversized skirts and lacy blouses, crochet, lace-up boots.

Why bother putting in any more time if you know it’s going nowhere? As lovely as that sounds, we’re busy people and we’d rather spend the precious little time we have writing, or cleaning the toaster oven, or catching up on Seinfeld reruns. Is it possible to suggest this to a date without sounding crazy? As I change hard and fast, my feelings about myself are expressed daily in the clothes I wear. ” I remember reading this article in Cosmo when I was 17.Literally on my sleeve– or, I can’t tell you how many times colleagues at work have taken one look at me on a heartbroken day and asked, “Marly, what’s up? It was about what your lipstick shape says about your personality. It went pretty much the same way every single online date I’ve ever had has gone.We met for a drink and when I laid eyes on him I really wasn’t attracted physically.Along with it came the emergence of the blonde coif and tasteful-mullet. Miami overlapped into Texas, meaning I paid no attention to seasonally-appropriate dress and continued to wear the colors of the ocean.

It was an 80’s throw-back look, replete with acid wash, animal prints and my first experiments with color– namely, fuchsia and neons– paired with the now-statement earrings. But I did take on a few more designer pieces, honing my taste to the Corporate Artist Ad Exec Phase that has suited me quite nicely for the last two years.

I am so stoked about this new one; I can feel it emerging, slowly taking over my closet as it has so many times in the past, like a temporary exhibition of the series, “Phases of the Marly.” So many style phases since I was old enough to have my own!

The noteworthy phases are below, in mostly chronological order, from age 17 to now: The Goth Poet, noise-rock, poetry-inspired, all black and platformed, red lipped, page-boy, short banged phase (9-10th grade).

Yes, it’s a seriously silly thing to stick with you for 15 years but for some reason it has.

Maybe because, at the time, my one tube of lipstick was flat.

Yet we still spent about 75 minutes engaging in uninspired conversation – putting in the appropriate amount of time required for the sake of decorum.