As you come back here more frequently and see more looks, you will begin to understand what is meant by the 'different identities Faceless takes on'. Compare the recent Sick Tomboy look to a Sophisticated Elegance one, or simply compare it to this one here. They all elicit a different reaction and emotion and this is the true power of style. You are what you wear. You wear what you are. You may think these are completely different people, but they are all me, just different sides of me. None of them are fake, or 'try-hards', I am comfortable in what I wear and thus what I wear is a true embodiment of myself.
Some people simply struggle to find their true style, something that looks good to you may not look good on you. Something that doesn't look like you may actually be comforting and bring out the true you. Style is a personal endeavor. However some could do well with a helping hand amongst their confusion, not to change them, but to help them find themselves in a better form. No one can tell you what to wear or how to wear it, but they can enlighten you to try it, to try everything and compile all that works into your own personal profile, into creating your own original style. Just keep in mind, comfort is key. Ironically I was struggling to breathe in this tight waisted blue Valleygirl skirt but I felt good and hence felt comfortable, despite lack of oxygen.
A look I threw together within literal minutes, but nothing short of sweet and lovely.