I've always liked the out of focus. Before I knew how to properly use my camera, all I seemed to produce was the out of focus, so perhaps the familiarity bred fondness. If what was out of focus and how it's presented wasn't important, no one would care about the beautiful art of bokeh. Photography classes wouldn't teach about depth of field. My camera wouldn't need to have an aperture priority function. Clearly, what's out of focus is (sometimes) more important than what's in focus. So, when I download all my pictures off my camera at the end of the day, instead of immediately trashing the ones that are out of focus, I save them and try to make them work. For some people, they might be mistakes, but for me, they offer another perspective.
I found this skirt in a box of clothes I apparently didn't want a while ago. I'm not exactly sure why I didn't want it, but I decided it needed to make a come back. I think it's a keeper!
Purple dress & necklace: American Eagle
Floral skirt: Urban Renewal
Belt: Urban Outfitters