There's a fine line I walk between being a lady and being "one of the guys".
It works well for me, and this is my personality, I can't change nor do I want to.
But sometimes its difficult playing both parts of both genders
(ok I just made myself sound transgendered. I am not...I'm fully ananotomically female, just FYI)
What I'm getting at is to compliment both my female tendancies and my raucaous louder than most belching and sometimes ludicrous talk, I need to find an outfit that balances it both.
Last Friday I was off to hang out with "the dudes", being the only female I wanted to still look like a girl, but not like a high-maintenance princess if you get my drift.
I was not going out-out, just out of my house, so I needed to wear something comfortable but not sloppy.
Just cause you can hang with the guys, it doesn't mean you need to look like one of them.
(keep this in mind ladies if you tend to hang with too many dudes and not enough ladies, keep yourself looking like a girl--believe me, the dudes apprecaite it.)
This is when leggings of a spectacular sort, and a slouchy tunic of a casual consistency in a print that ups the anty come in handy.
Yes, if I do say so myself, I was completely girly looking, yet completely ready to sit around and drink some beers in "the dudes" living room.
Oh yes, and for once...I accessorized with a smile.
(or total ham for the camera!)
*sweater dress-Kensie (courtesy of Mel of course)
*Over the knee boots-Jessica Simpson
(currently ruined since I wore them today and had to climb 3ft snow drifts--heartbreaking!)
*Vintage horseshoe necklace-Beacon's Closet
*Engraved ring-gift from friend
(It says, "NICO"--wish that were really my nickname)