White Top - Guess
Blue Top - Mossimo
Skirt - Guess
Shoes - Nickles
On Sunday it was somewhere in the 90's, obviously quite warm, especially when you are wearing a polyester hat. Okay, well maybe not a hat, but wigs sure do often feel like that. In the top outfit, I am a little bit warmer, but more comfortable about the look of my arms. Generally speaking, when I am out and about I am very self conscious about the size of my arms. There really is not much that can be done to disguise the size of them, except for covering them. Thus I will often cover them.
In many of my pictures, I will have my arm up on my hip as it will help to make me look like I have larger hips and it will also make my arm look a little smaller. But when walking around in public, it is a little difficult to walk with my hands on my hips. Okay maybe more than a little difficult. A lot difficult to the point that it is not possible.
This also brings up an issue that Jules and I were discussing this weekend. We decided to go through our cloths and refine our wardrobes again. Kind of a spring cleaning for our clothes. Which by the way, I highly recommend for everyone to do. The thing we tried to focus on this time was fit. How exactly do the clothes that we have fit on our bodies and what do they do to help complement our bodies. We tried to look objectively at our clothing and decide if it was just a piece of fabric covering our nudity or something that was helping us to look hot. If it just covered us, we decided to not keep it. If something helped us to look hot, then obviously we kept it. Needless to say, we got rid of lots of items and are still not done.
Gosh, I babble a lot. Okay so what exactly did Jules and I discuss? We discussed, where do the clothes fall on your body. For example, I got rid of a few shirts this weekend, because the arms ended right at the largest portion of my biceps. That made my arms look extra large. And Jules? She got rid of some of her favorite items because they fell right at the largest part of her stomach. She is not extra large but when the bottom of her shirt fell right there, or her skirts began right there, it made her look on the extra large size. If that line is moved up or down on her it vastly improved the looks of her clothes. For me, the only thing that really helped to make my arms look smaller is to move the end of the arms down. I think the best look is a 3/4 sleeve length. Or full length sleeves.
Okay. Gotta run. Love ya!