AI blog post about my outfit | Link-Up

If you saw my last post about me asking AI what style advice it has for women over 40, then you’ll know I’m having such a blast experimenting with different kids of AI. For a laugh (and for research, of course), I told the AI (Chat-GPT) what I was wearing, and gave it a few examples of my writing. Then I asked it for an AI blog post about my outfit. This is what it came up with…

AI blog post about my outfit

I am absolutely loving the outfit I put together today! It’s the perfect mix of fun and trendy, and I feel so confident wearing it. I decided to pair my favorite khaki pants with a multi-colored striped shirt – I love how the stripes add a playful touch to the outfit without being too overwhelming. The shirt has a loose, flowy fit which is great for a comfortable and relaxed look.
To add a pop of color, I chose to wear my pink sparkling Doc Martens – they are my absolute favorite shoes! They’re so comfortable and add just the right amount of sparkle to any outfit. I feel like they really tie the whole look together.
I also went all out with the jewelry today. I’m wearing several colorful bracelets, a couple of statement rings, and a long necklace with a bright and bold pendant. I usually stick to minimal jewelry, but today I wanted to really make a statement with my accessories.
Overall, I feel like this outfit perfectly reflects my style – fun, colorful, and a little bit quirky. I can’t wait to wear it out and show it off!

As you can see, the AI did a pretty good job of sounding like me, other than the fact that it was all written in US English lol. Also, it embellished a few things that made it a bit inaccurate. I’m not wearing several bracelets, and my necklace isn’t long with a bright and bold pendant lol. It did say that the shirt was loose and flowy which was accurate considering I only told it I was wearing a striped shirt. It was certainly a fun experiment, but let me now tell you about my colourful outfit in my own words!

AI blog post outfit

I think almost everything I’m wearing here hasn’t appeared on the blog before (except for the pink sparkly DMs). I bought the khaki trousers/jeans a couple of months ago in the January sales in Pull and Bear. I don’t often find things to wear in there, but I was pleasantly surprised by the fit of these trousers. They’ve got a lovely high waist and are a bit stretchy so they’re really comfy. I think they only cost me 15 euros.

The striped shirt was from Primark a few weeks ago. It was actually my bestie, Sarah, who picked it out for herself. We both took it into the changing rooms and I instantly wanted to buy mine. Sarah, on the other hand, wasn’t keen on it. When I put it on this morning, I wasn’t as sure about it as I was then. I don’t know why. I love the bright colours, and you know how much I love to wear shirts (obsessed? Moi?), but there’s just something about it that is niggling me. Can you figure it out? I think it would look better with a loose-fitting, brightly coloured, sleeveless sweater but I don’t have any of those. Mine are all form fitting. I really must remedy that!

I love this pink fine-knit top from Zara. I have a few. Some are with short sleeves (like this one) and some are sleeveless, but I wear them A LOT (here’s when I wore my green one). They’re so comfy and can be styled up or down, so versatile. Zara has them every season in different colours, and I knew immediately I had to have the pink one. I bought one for my pink-obsessed friend too!

My adorable little handbag was a Christmas gift from Michael. I’d spotted it several weeks before and had pointed to it in the shop window, but then hadn’t given it another thought until I opened it Christmas morning! I was thrilled. It’s gorgeous, isn’t it? I adore the shiny blue. It’s from a Portuguese designer, Temperatura Ana Sousa.

Let me tell you about the jewellery… my MIL passed away last year, and she left me all her jewellery. And there is a lot. She was an avid collector, mostly from various jewellery channels (!) that she loved to watch. She was also a fan of Swarovski. The bigger the better, as far as she was concerned lol. Some of the rings and bracelets are enormous! Some are a bit hideous too lol, but she was such a character and she adored all that stuff. So, anyway, I’m wearing one of the Swarovski bracelets here. It’s a very unusual piece, and not the kind of thing I would ordinarily wear, but I really rather liked it with this outfit! I toned down the ring a bit to go with it. I’m also wearing one of her chunky sparkly necklaces. The earrings were a gift from a friend and came from C&A.

Anyway, gosh, I’ve gone on quite a bit, haven’t I? Let me stop rambling and let’s get on with the Neverending Style link-up!

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13 responses to “AI blog post about my outfit | Link-Up”

  1. Amy Johnson says:

    Oh, I love that colorful shirt, and it looks great paired with those pants. Thanks for the party.

  2. Love the colour of the trousers, with the striped top.

  3. I really like the colorful striped shirt, but I think the high point on the two sides is higher than I’d like and might drive me a bit crazy wanting to adjust it.

  4. mireilleftm says:

    I love your accessories and they are a sweet and a great reminder of you mom in law. They are the perfect addition to your outfit. Yes to those Doc Martens: they are so much fun!

  5. Michelle says:

    I love this shirt, and it looks fabulous on you! What stands out to me in my little weird brain is that the shirt looks like summer and the trousers look like winter. I think it would look awesome paired with white jeans or trousers.

    And I love your MIL’s blue beaded necklace. It’s perfect with your shirt. The little blue bag is so cute.

    What is your kitty’s name?


    • Suzy says:

      Thanks Michelle! I can’t remember which cat is in the photo but I have three: Myrtle, Shannon and Sadie (and Luna the dog). They’re always wandering across the camera when I’m trying to take photos lol!

  6. You are having such fun with the AI stuff. I am not sure my poor brain is up to trying to figure out something new these days but even my daughter mentioned Chat Bot or AI recently so maybe I need to look into it for fun.

    Love the crispness of this shirt. The colors are perfectly spring but the long sleeves make it a great transition piece until spring temps arrive. I’m a big fan of the bling, too. My mom became a fashionista around the age of 88. And when we split up her costume jewelry, I thought I would make collages with it in shadow boxes like this: Might be something you could do with some of your biggest pieces from your MIL’s collection.

    • Suzy says:

      Lesley that’s such a brilliant idea!! I must go through all the jewellery that I’m unlikely to wear and see if I can make something like that! Thank you for the idea!! Wonderful!
      Suzy xx

  7. Rena says:

    Suzy, what an interesting experiment with AI. I do agree with its assessment that “this outfit perfectly reflects my style – fun, colorful, and a little bit quirky.” I’ve been poking around a bit with AI too and I’ve got a blog post in development on the topic. Do you mind if I reference this post?


  8. csuhpat1 says:

    Looking very nice. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

  9. thestylesplash says:

    I love the striped shirt! Your metallic bag and boots are fabulous – as is your Swarovski bracelet. Your mother in law obviously loved her bling…I can relate to that!

    Emma xxx

  10. Jacqui Berry says:

    Sounds interesting Suzy, not heard about Al before. Such a different thing to try. Love you outfit too, that’s a colourful shirt xx Jacqui x

  11. Such a fun outfit, but now the AI stuff is really creeping me out! I prefer your actual words to the AI ones. The AI bit sounds like a catalog ad! I love that you inherited your MIL’s jewelry collection. I look forward to the day when I have a special woman to pass my collections onto, like a daughter in law or a granddaughter maybe. Butt that’s a long way off for me!


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