OOTD: Testing 1-2-3

Cashmere Oversized Sweater. Forever 21 tube dress, Shanghai Thick Leggings, Old Navy Furry Boots, Forever 21 Cupcake Charm Necklace

The cashmere sweater is my mom's and it's vintage looking so I decided to try it on. It is so perfect for Toronto's weather right now. I can't believe it has gotten so cold at minus 20 degrees in my area, especially at night. The thick leggings are perfect for this weather. They are much thicker than cable leggings and are 60% made of wool, purchased in Shanghai. I think they make such warm leggings because Shanghai's housings and facilities are not heated like we do in Toronto. *crazy! Lastly, these are the furry boots I hauled during the holidays which werent pictured in my previous post! They were originally $45CAD and dropped to $13! Such an amazing sale!!

Ps, the sweater made me look at least 4 inches shorter... *sigh =(

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This OOTD is quite different from my previous outfit/fashion posts. I paid less attention to location, make up, and my poses. Daily Outfit Posts as this one you're looking at took me about 15 minutes to complete.

My previous outfit/fashion posts are usually in the form of photoshoots, where location, make up and poses were carefully thought out and took somewhere between 2-8 hours to complete. 
Some examples of Photoshoot Posts are here, here, here, and here


Now, the question is... Which one do you prefer??

1) Daily Outfit Posts, where outfits are more casual and everyday. Locations can be anywhere such as indoor rooms and malls. Camera may be simply a DC or iPhone - photo quality not at par with regular posts. 2-3 posts a week.

2) Photoshoot Posts, where outfits may not be suited for everyday. Locations are unique and distinct. Camera is my Nikon DSLR, photo quality is higher than DC and iPhone. 1-2 posts a month.


Please let me know :) I truly want to post more outfit posts but with the weather, I've been having tons of difficulties. It's almost impossible to brave the cold to do 6-7hour shoots. At the same time, I don't want to lower the quality of photos. I hate to let my readers think that I'm cutting slack for my posts. I value your opinions, please comment below =D