Right here in this outfit I am breaking a few rules myself. Black and brown are being worn together, mixing floral and leopard print patterns, as well as my curvy body wearing a (almost) bodycon skirt. But those kind of rules are broken everyday on the internet.
I actually wanted to address the time of day these photos were taken. It was high noon - sun beating down from above. I actually like to think that noon is a lovely time of day to take pictures. It adds this beautiful glow around subjects and I can often get some stellar sunbursts in the shots. Ever since getting my fancy schmancy camera many months ago, I've gotten really into trying creative new techniques to get a good photo. I've been soaking in photography books since I was 14 and every single one of them shakes their heads to noon-time photography. I just want to say HA! to them.
Rules are meant to be broken and though I don't view myself as a rebel, I think I'm going to continue breaking fashion & photography rules. Being bad feels (and looks!) pretty awesome.
Outfit details - Floral tee, $5 bag sale (thrifted) - Black skirt, $3 (thrifted) - Chambray button up, $12 (Amazon old) - Belt, $1.25 (thrifted) - Leopard print flats, $7 (K-Mart old) - Black ring, handmade - Necklaces, thrifted ages ago, I'm sure.