I wore my TOMS platform wedges with boyfriend jeans and a suede like top.
So I’m going to give this whole photographing my outfits a try. I’m not comfortable in front of a camera. When I smile, I have squinty eyes. But for several reasons, I decided to give it a go.
First, it’s a record of change. In 2014, I found out that I was dangerously close to being a diabetic and that I had a thyroid condition. If I didn’t want to spend my life on meds, I needed to lose weight fast. So I did. At my lowest weight I was 157 but last January I was up ten pounds and no matter what I couldn’t shake it. This year, I turned 41 and menopause came on way too early and full force and my metabolism seems slower than molasses. So, I’m working really hard to loose the 10 pounds and then 10 more by next spring. You know sometimes you just can’t see yourself when you look in the mirror. I can’t see the weight loss. So for me getting in front of the camera will help me track my progress.
And second, getting in front of the camera will help me remember certain outfits. By the time Friday rolls around, I’ve forgotten what I wore on Monday. And of course, I hope to inspire you all.