These floral shorts are growing on me. 😉
I’ve worn a lot of things on this blog from rompers to brightly colored lipstick so why would a simple pair of floral shorts push me outside my comfort zone? It has a little (or a lot) to do with their length. Short shorts are scary, y’all!
The ones in this post were recently thrifted after I saw Nicole of Writes Like a Girl rock the most amazing high waisted version. I wanted a little bit of that awesome-ness for myself so here’s how I made them work for me!
Who knows where these shorts are supposed to sit on my waist so I just made up a place and tucked in a brightly colored blouse to make the whole thing look normal.
I still felt a little uncomfortable with how short they are (albeit lightweight which is so essential for hot days!) so I accessorized them with a gifted red purse, sparkly earrings, and these Lulus sandals which are quickly becoming a mainstay in my summer wardrobe.
Having a few things that make me feel great helped to outweigh the feeling of being uncomfortable. It’s a great trick!
Here are a few more tips for getting outside of your clothing comfort zone:
- Come up with lots of different outfits for your difficult item and then take mirror selfies of those outfits. Look at how cute you are!
- Wear the item around your house until you feel better in them.
- Wear the item out for quick errands.
- Finally, wear the item anywhere and just don’t care! You can do anything!
These shorts are still only on step 3 but I’m sure I’ll be at the “don’t care” stage very soon. How do you deal with clothes outside your comfort zone? Let me know in the comments below!
Thrifted floral shorts, yellow blouse, $ (shop similar shorts, shop similar blouse)
White Lulu’s sandals, $18 (shop exact sandals)
Walmart earrings, $2 (old) (shop similar earrings)
Thrifted/gifted purse from Katie of Thrift Your Heart Out (shop similar purse)
Coloupop lippie stix in Bossy, $5 (shop exact lipstick)