Match your style with your achievement. Try to look as good as your life achievements make you feel, and share that joy with the world.
Style gives you power, and dressing yourself is a way of positive self-empowerment. You are proving to yourself that you are proud of the way you look and want to share that fact with the world around you. The confidence comes specifically from within, and thus is invisible to human eyes. However, your clothing can help you.
It doesn't have to be expensive.
But keep in mind that everything you buy for yourself in the shape of clothing is an investment: choose wisely.
It is your style.
Don't be shamed into surrendering your own eccentric style. It is so easy to blend in with the crowd, and frankly, it's a little boring.
Boring is a devious sin in the fashion world.
Be open to your own individual-ness and try not to be a carbon copy of anyone or anything but yourself.
Hall of Fame Fashion at my 2018 Induction Into the Stanford Athletics Hall of Fame.
The Cardinal Carpet
The greatest honor was being able to share the stage with these highly accomplished individuals, and I feel an especially strong connection with Erica McLain (pictured next to me), who I had the pleasure and privilege to attend Stanford with through the years 2004-2008. To receive this honor with her means that I really am 2 legit to quit, in both life and in the world of athletics. Her hall of fame induction speech was woke, and it woke me up right before my own big moment. Erica will continue to be a leader and a role model who I look up to in the most sincerest way. You go girl!
Four time All-American, WNBA Champion, Edutainer and Coach