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In my dreams I fancy myself as a little hippy princess. In real life some times it takes a weird left turn into country-girl chic. I have no clue what “look” I was going for here, but I’m certain I 100% pulled it off.
Recently, I’ve been trying to be more active on Pinterest. Which is fun because I get to follow some style boards that give me lots of inspiration, and I also get to check out new products. One thing I’ve noticed in a LOT of captions on Pinterest is the phrase “I don’t know if I could pull this off”.
A lot of people would say that you can pull anything off as long as you’re confident and love what you’re wearing. And that is probably true. But for me, some times I’m NOT confident in new things I’m trying out. And some times I feel a little bit uncomfortable trying new things and making myself vulnerable by being in something I’m unsure of. It’s a little scary! When you wear something you haven’t worn before you don’t really know how your body will feel in it. You may find yourself tugging at your top or adjusting your skirt more frequently. Maybe your new hair style has you constantly brushing your bangs out of your face. That stuff happens, and is totally normal!
No longer is my goal to feel totally confident in an outfit. My goal is to feel like a bad ass for trying some thing new. My goal is to feel like I’m not letting things pass me by for fear that I won’t be a super confident goddess in it.
I’ve got a new rule. If I’m wearing it, I’m absolutely 100% pulling it off. That’s all there is to it. End of story.