|The color in the scarf appears in the print of the dress.|
|I LOVED THIS, I BOUGHT THIS AND THANK GOODNESS I KEPT THE RECEIPT BECAUSE IT IS GOING BACK!|
|Very lightweight, I like the size but maybe not my best color?|
|This purse is a cute color, lightweight and comfortable to carry, but seemed small.|
Hypothesis: If I am sewing the clothing I like, and adding accessories I like, it should all work together.
I am testing this theory (with a camera, I might add).
If I select the accessories with the colors & proportions I like, to go with this dress, then by default, these choices should work with other pieces in my wardrobe. Right? I am building the whole package based on my preferences. After all, we don't find ourselves, as much as we create ourselves. (I tend to think Kierkegaard was on to something.)
What do you think? Do you find accessorizing difficult? Honestly, I do.
If it's easy for you, how do you do it - do you just buy what you like, and it all works out?
Do you have hidden piles of purchases you now regret? I don't like to own too many things; my wardrobe should fit into a small closet and all of the pieces must play well together.
Gosh, what will I make next? Don't you love it when it's time to choose the next project!