There are tons of things that scare me, but style is never one of them. As a blogger I've learned to force myself into comfort when seemingly overdressed in public. Take this shoot as an example. Despite how it seems, I'm in the suburbs where monochrome outfits don't exist, blocking confused onlookers from crossing this bridge while I keep my serious camera face on. The overall situations of my shoots are not unlike those in real life. If the occasion allows for it, simply out of preference I will dress to the nines -- because I can.
Coat: Zara (similar here)
To my fellow bloggers and fashionistas, how often has your outfit been questioned simply because you're rocking a statement dress while everyone else is in a t-shirt and jeans? I've had my fair share of experiences. When style is accompanied by fear, it loses the element of expression. I propose that as long as the situation allows for it, dress up when you want and however you want.
With the cold temperatures around the corner, I'm using every possible opportunity to wear my new favorite lace-up heels and the last of my summer skirts -- even if that means on a walk in the park. You can't please everyone, so you might as well be happy with yourself.