in celebration of the sunshine, blue skies, and balmy 30-degree temps we had today, i shunned all the grey and black in my closet and wore something springy. and i was only sort-of freezing! (it's really sad when 30 starts to feel nice.) wait a second...am i blogging about the weather?
i need to get out more.
striped top: gap, $12
tunic: old navy, $7
jeans: paige via gilt, $55
gold driving mocs: steve madden, $30
chain bracelet: j.crew, $11
feed bracelet: forever 21, $5
on another note...
a couple weeks ago i was wearing a "regular" outfit: jeans, a shirt, a scarf, boots. nothing too special. i asked my friend if i should bother taking pictures of my outfit and she was like, "nah." so i didn't.
we had a brief conversation about it and she basically said (in a nice way) that she doesn't really care about seeing outfits that aren't especially unique. since then, i've been a little hesitant about posting my outfits, unsure if they're "blog-worthy." i love getting dressed up and being creative with my clothes, but on the average day, i need to wear something i can cook and clean in. change diapers in. play candyland in. chase my kid through target in. but hopefully still feel good in.
later, i thought a lot about our conversation and realized, i'm just an average person in an average city who shops at average stores with an average income. my blog will never compare to the "big" fashion bloggers out there. my hope is that i can inspire other average people to try new things, put a little more thought and effort into their clothes, and hopefully feel great. but... is "average" even inspiring?
i just want to get some feedback from you guys. do you care to see "regular" outfits? or are you like: blah. boring. would you rather i just post the occasional outfit that i spend more time/effort on? i promise it won't hurt my feelings, i'm just curious.