Outfit: Dress: Tucker for Target, Shirt: Express, Boots: Steve Madden Intyce, Tights: We Love colors, Bracelet: Vintage via Grandmother
This one may not have been the most flattering one of the bunch, but I had to show you my 30 (and my happy face). I'd love to continue taking the majority of my outfit photos outside, but I'm excited to have found a spot that works for indoor shots in terms of lighting. Fortunately, we will not always have large pieces of wood in front of the wall, but for now I'll have to make do with the backdrop of furniture the bf is trying to sell since we downsized from two 1 bedroom apartments to one 1 bedroom apartment.
So, while I'm not afraid to wear things are less conventional and I'd like to think I'm capable of thinking outside the box, I find myself trying to wear things that are figure flattering (even if I don't always succeed) and I tend to shy away from things like pencils skirts or dolman tops. Even so, sometimes I'll wear something outside of my personal comfort zone and receive a lot of really positive feedback.
How about you guys-are you willing to risk your appearance for the sake of wearing things that you really like? Have you been surprised by how much you like something (or the feedback you received) even though you don't think it fits into the set paradigm of things you expect to look good on you? How important is comfort (both mental and physical) to your outfit choices?