Philosophy

Dress codes are intimidating and stifling. 

Whether one's daily dress code is explicit or implicit, figuring what to wear on a Tuesday morning or a weekend get together can be overwhelming. For the sake of self-preservation, many simply choose to ignore it all together.

But what if you borrowed a hacker's playful sense of curiosity when confronting your clothes? You might end up becoming someone who devises clever ways of figuring out what to wear.

A hacker’s code as clothes.

As Eric Raymond says, hackers are people who aren't afraid to try something new:

“You also have to develop a kind of faith in your own learning capacity—a belief that even though you may not know all of what you need to solve a problem, if you tackle just a piece of it and learn from that, you'll learn enough to solve the next piece—and so on, until you're done.”

That's where I step in. Taking it one piece at a time, I'll be there to show you how to tap into the feeling of playful experimentation, and above all, how to have fun with your clothes. I'll teach you what works, what doesn't -- and why! -- and along the way you'll start to realize: any fashion rule can be broken. Except, perhaps, for one: love yourself and love what you wear.