Self timed photos. No big deal right. The bloggers in this blogging industry has been doing this for the past decade or so, and have mastered the technique already. There are tons of articles telling you how to be comfortable taking your own pictures, not that the newer generation needs to be told that (hello selfies) but nevertheless it is a task. I prefer having a living person at the other end telling me my hand is out of the frame or that angle makes me look larger, instead of me clicking 4-5 images on burst mode and then realizing that after. But I gave it a go again. The last time I did was here.
This was never meant to be an outfit post. I mean it's just a plain old regular "off days" kind of look. With the comfy sweatshirt and a pair of jeans, I don't feel like a pioneer, but more like "stylist day off". I was heading out of the house after four whole days of being under the weather. For half of that duration I had my hair in a braid and when I opened up that braid, my hair seemed to fall around so well, that I just had to take pictures.
I also have to confess that I'm usually a little conscious when it comes to wearing jeans, because my legs are curvy. With the lack of a thigh gap and a pretty generous behind, I fill out my jeans a little too well. So I always like wearing skirts and dresses to camouflage the rest of me, or when I do wear jeans, it's with a tunic that is always very flattering. A loosely fitted sweatshirt is not something I team too often with denims, but more like with a pencil fitted skirt or I'd even like to experiment with a 50's style full circular skirt. Also how freaking awesome is this Adventure Time sweatshirt? <3 Jake the dog