As temperatures haven’t significantly dropped yet, we’re still able to wear some of our spring/summer pieces, together with cardigans and light jackets at night. I wore this outfit a few days ago, to go out for dinner. As my company has a casual style, I didn’t want to dress up, but also didn’t want to dress down for my standards. I made a promise to myself a few years ago, not to wear sneakers/converse/flats when I go out at night (with some exceptions of course, depending on the occasion). So I decided to wear a quite casual outfit for me, but also kept my heels on (in this case, lower ones).
You know how much I hate when people comment something bad about my outfits. And even this time, when I thought I dressed down a lot for my standards I still got comments about wearing heels. It was a Saturday night out! What was I supposed to wear? Dirty sneakers? Why is it bad that I care about my image, and want to look good? Of course the person who commented on my heels (which is one of the lowest heeled pairs I own) is 6 years younger than me, and dresses very casual, with jeans, tees and converses all the time. I don’t comment on his outfits, and I don’t mind that he has a casual style, so why do I get these comments? It seems that we live in the era of casual style, and if you dress up even a little, you get weird looks from others. I don’t get it. I didn’t go to a picnic, or to a football match, I went for dinner, on a Saturday night. Anyway, enough with my monologue… This comment alone didn’t bother me, but it seems that many people (mostly men) are commenting on my looks, and I don’t really need fashion advice from them, so I shouldn’t even care, or listen.
See you all really soon. Have a nice day!