Miss Ruby debuts

Miss Ruby Reveals

So it was the dress, the dress that started it all. A few months passed and just dressing up each day wasn’t enough any more. The more often I wore the 1950’s styled clothing, hair and make up the better I felt about them and the more comfortable I became in myself. The self-confidence I had developed was enough to tip me over the edge and start combatting the social anxiety that I had received as a thank you gift for leaving PND untreated for 3 and a half years.

Rockabilly and Pin Up is a little bit quirky, a little bit different and definitely ALWAYS a talking point. Suddenly I wasn’t invisible, conversations with people on the street changed from a generic ‘Hi, how are you?’ to ‘Oh My God, how did you get your hair like that?’ or ‘I love your (dress/skirt/brooch) where did you find it?’ At…

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