I originally didn't think I'd join Una's silhouette challenge, because I couldn't come up with anything other than sweaters with slim jeans (not quite skinny) that I wear.
But I decided to try it, just to see.
And it pushed me, but in a good way. I needed this workout.
But in the end, I came up with more than 5 silhouettes, and am happy wearing most of them. (You might have to teach me how to wear a dress in winter).
Here they are (with apologies for terrible pictures):
#1 Statement pants (cobalt corduroys) with slouchy sweater. Sweater is probably about to get purged - it's pilling. And I'm on the fence about these cobalt corduroys... not sure they have a place in my wardrobe either.
#2 dress with a cardi and tights. I changed to moto boots before going out, but that pic didn't turn out. This felt off to me - too juvenile, too chilly, and just weird. What do I need to do to fix it?
#3 sweater over shirt, with slim brown corduroys - I liked the idea of a brown/black mix, but in the pic, I think it's too dark.
#4 same sweater as #3, but under a vest, wish faded black slim jeans.
#5 white slim jeans with navy sweater (not quite as slouchy as #1, and pardon the peek of my undershirt covering my black belt).
I can think of at least a few more silhouettes (I have some bootcut jeans and some wide-legged trousers that I haven't worn yet, and I may try some skirts too), and the only one here that I think really didn't work was #2. Are these all different enough to be considered different silhouettes?
What should I do to improve them?