Nothing is as it seems.
Photographs of outfits look different than the way they look in real life. Angles, lighting, where you put your arms, how your head tilts to the side, or looks straight ahead…
Sometimes when I look in the mirror at an outfit I love it, then I take a photo or two, or three, or four, and I start to think. Is what I see in the mirror “true”? or what I see in photographs?
Does it matter??
No. Of course not. Not in this context anyway. Those perceptions of “reality” matter more in interpersonal relationships – when we interact with each other superficially, through a screen. What is real? What is augmented? What is completely false? I just try now to be cautious with all my interpretations, both of myself, and of others.
Anyway, I am wearing the same Eileen Fisher tee I wore yesterday, and finding that I want to wear the Clyde trench more and more; it’s surprisingly versatile. I’m so glad I decided to get it.