Happy Thursday my loves.
Or should I say-TGIT!!!
Thank Goodness It's Thursday. During the summer, Thursday marks the end of the work week for me. I'm totally excited about that. I hope every one's day has gotten off to a splenderific start! Mine has definitely started on the right foot because I was able to wake up next to 'the dude' this morning. He makes me smile so much!
Gasp! I'm being wayyy too sentimental here. I need to toughen up because you all did NOT come here to hear about my mushy love life.
**snaps out of it**
Okay, so let's talk about how comfortable outfits like this make me...
|Thrifted Belt and Purse|
I love that I can chill in it without feeling too dressed up and I can even wear it on a casual date without feeling underdressed.
I feel like overall I'm a pretty simple chic. I love classic pieces, bold colors, cute T-shirts, and pretty shoes. And most of all-comfort and versatility! What girl doesn't, right!?
I have noticed though since I began blogging a year and a half ago, that I tend to lean more towards neutral colors as opposed to bold and bright. As Tim Gunn would put it-'I stay safe'!
I love mixing different pops of color here and there but for the most part, I am pretty....well, safe! I admire the ability of other bloggers who are able to mix patterns and wear awesomely colorblocked outfits. Though I have a ton of color in my wardrobe, I'm just not able to go out everyday like I'm ripping the runway-especially not when I'm just going to run errands. So I keep it minimally simple.
Sometimes I feel as if my 'fits are a little too boring. Take this outfit for instance...
In the grand scheme of things, there's really not much that stands out about it. It's just a simple T-shirt, rolled up cargo's, and studded wedges. Nothing to run home and tell mom about.
But there is something special about it in my eyes-it's classic, it's unexpected, and most of all it's ME-safe, simple, and real!!
Do you ever feel like your 'fits are too 'safe and simple' to blog about?
What's the definition of 'edge' in your eyes?
Thanks for reading...