To tuck, or not to tuck?
|guys I was cold ok it's WI|
That is the potentially irrelevant question.
Alas, relevancy is not my concern.
Except that it is, but like
Let's continue on to the much more shallow point of this very likely irrelevant question,
and that is:
if a girl spends her whole entire life living pigeon-toed, but nobody ever takes the time to tell her, is she actually pigeon toed?
But seriously. Am I?
Ok. Fer realz. I took these photos both ways, because I was initially intrigued by the photo that I essentially coped:
|ok fine. that I fully copied. |
I 100% copied it.
but then a bit uncomfortable with the whole swathed-in-oversized-fabric thing (I know. First time for everything), so I "tucked and untucked" as the photographer taking these photos called it (sweater, then hair) and then stood in a slightly different spot and looked confident.
Isn't it funny? How our "sense of style" is really just our own comfort zone?
It makes you wonder: do people without any distinct sense of style sort of feel in a perpetual state of unease, or do they just completely ignore that aspect of themselves?
Or is "not having a sense of style" sort of a style in and of itself?
|sweater: Gap, skirt: H&M, shoes: Windsor Smith, rings: random + banjo pick I found in my room|
Do we all, inevitably, have style
whether we claim to or not?
(Photos by Matt Engelhart. @mengel_photography on IG)