Well readers, my camera broke. I uploaded the best images I could, but it took one fall too many to the pavement. Sigh. I can still take some photos I think, but I have a feeling I'll need a replacement soon. Like, this week soon.
Today's outfit was inspired by the latest episode of What Not to Wear. The makeoveree was a female boxer, and I thought it was so interesting how they approached dressing an athletic female body. I'm not huge or overly muscular, but I have noticed changes in how clothing fits me now that I am more muscular and in shape.
Anyway, the girl didn't want to dress overly feminine, but wanted her clothing to be feminine enough to tone down her naturally harder demeanor. She had a fab outfit with wide leg trousers, a sparkly top, and a leather jacket.
So here's my version!
"Feminine" to me is an attitude, not an article of clothing. I feel just as feminine in my trousers as I do in my dresses. What about you? What is your definition of feminine, and do you feel empowered when you dress that way? Do you notice you are treated differently depending on what you wear?
Also, does anyone have recommendations for a camera? Sigh. This last picture was taken post breakage. It's so grainy, but I hope you can see the top detail anyway. The cost of a camera will greatly cut into my spring wardrobe budget. This is the price for being fab, I suppose!
Top: Ann Klein, Trousers: Halogen, Jacket: Zara, Shoes: Me Too Oxford "Frost" Pumps, Watch: Michael Kors