Friday, April 27, 2012

FBFF Outfit Planning

1. How do you go about picking your outfit for the day?
 I am actually that annoying person who picks out their outfit the night before. There are the occasions that I completely change what I had decided on, but in general, I see what the weather will be like, figure out whether I want to shave, and what sort of mood I'm in. (These are all very important factors!)
2. Do you try stuff on and then take pics to see how it looks, like Cher in Clueless?
 Uh, no. I often learn what outfits look great in person but horrible in photos, thanks to this blog!
3. And are you consistent in your planning or lack thereof, or is your planning limited to special events?
Unless there's a big crisis, I am. Then all bets are off, and I'm probably out in my jammies. I'm also obsessive about packing for trips. I make long lists of what all I should take, down to how many pairs of panties and how many bras.

4. Do you have a way of keeping track of which outfits you wore when?
 Other than my blog? Nope.

5. How do you come up with new clothing combinations?
With my brain? Seriously, it's just what I think the night before for everyday, and a planned list for vacations. So I'm only partially annoying, not completely organized down to a T annoying!

FBFF is at ModlyChic - go see everyone else's answers!


  1. I can't believe you plan that much. Planning never works out for me so I just do whatever. Of course, the consequence is that I also look like whatever, but I say it works for me.

  2. Posting your outfits on your blog is such a brave thing. Sometimes you think you look awesome and people leave mean comments. Other times you're not a big fan of it and people love it. It's a great way to get feedback other than looking at yourself in the mirror :)

  3. I love picking out my outfit the night before! It allows me to sleep in until the very last second. (Of course, sometimes I end up with something that only works in theory and not in practice, and then there's a mad scramble for anything that covers the important bits.)