Now, you might not know this about me, but I have a few very distinct styles of clothing. They're all very different too. I see a lot of people who wear the same style of clothing all the time (the latest fashions, of course), but that's not me. However, I don't usually branch out much from my set choices, which is interesting. To me, that is. I find my weirdness amusing and intriguing. ;) So anyway, my styles are as follows. I even got pictures off of my Pinterest page!
Firstly, skirts and dresses - I wear a lot of these! Primarily because they're just so comfy, but also because I like wearing feminine clothing. As you can see, I like the vintage style, and also long full skirts that I actually can do some work in. Ya know, climb fences, shovel wood chips... I usually wear leggings underneath if it's not too hot, so I don't have to worry about kicking my legs up too high.
Nextly (do you like my new word?), Elvish style. I don't do this one very often, since it takes a bit more effort and I don't usually wear my hair down (it's really long and a pain to keep out of the way). I put on a long, flowy, medieval style skirt, and then most of the time what I actually call my 'elvish shirt'. It's forest green, loosely fitted, and has some gorgeous braid and ruching all of the way down. I tried to find a picture online but couldn't. My mom got it at a thrift store. :) Sometimes I'll do a few small braids in my hair to complete the look. Oh, and I've decided I want one of these:
Now, last but not least, my Western style. I love Western style - for several reasons. It's comfy. Loose, yet not getting in the way. It lasts. Buy a good pair of jeans or a flannel shirt and it'll last forever. Seriously. It looks good. There may be some people out there who don't like it, but I love the look of a nice western shirt. You can't go wrong with button-downs and belts, blue jeans and boots. And yes, I am aware that all of those started with 'b'. Unintentionally. Personally, I wear flannel shirts almost every day in cold weather. Not all day long, but mainly just in the mornings when our house is 50 degrees. I can pretty much only wear riding jeans, which I suppose classifies as western wear. All of the other jeans are way too tight for my liking, and western riding jeans are the only ones that fit me well. Otherwise, if I want the waist to fit, they're plastered on to my legs, and if I want the legs to be semi-loose, the waist gapes six inches. No joke. Six inches minimum. The only downside is that Western wear is on the pricy side if you buy it new. Oh well.
Are these not beautiful? I have a thing for muddy boots. :)
Anyway, that's my style(s). I hope you enjoyed this post!