Olivia, 24, did not let the sarcastic comments (made by her boyfriend) let her stop. The woman made an account on Instagram to exhibit her stylish outfits and people absolutely love them.
A woman from London started her own blog on Instagram that soon attracted thousands of followers for its unique idea. Olivia Jackson, 24, shared pictures of her outfits with the newly found fans who supported her peculiar yet cool taste. The marketing manager came up with the idea to create a blog when her boyfriend compared her clothes with tea towels and hospital gowns.
She decided to showcase her outfits through her Instagram account named "Clothes my boyfriend hates." Upon being asked about the outfit that her boyfriend hated the most, the 24-year-old shared a picture of a rainbow-colored midi dress. Unlike her partner, Instagrammers adored her dress.
"The other day I was asked what item of clothing my boyfriend hates the most. I reckon it's this technicolor Dreamcoat dress of dreams," she wrote under her picture.
The blogger also told that her anonymous boyfriend has always loathed jumpsuits, as well as anything with tie-dye, tassels or velvet, and often posts his comments alongside her outfit pictures. It might be true that Olivia's boyfriend did not appreciate her taste in clothes but the Instagram users absolutely loved the woman's style.
"I'd love to go shopping with you, I'm not overly confident when it comes to fashion but love your style and your confidence with it too," a woman commented under one of her posts.
"LOVING your page and all your gorgeous outfits," another said.
Many came to express love for Olivia's confidence while some shared the same problem that the young woman faced with her boyfriend. "During one shopping trip with my husband, I tried on a long puffa jacket. The husband said I looked like Arsene Wenger," a message said.
"Very, very occasionally, the sarcastic tone of my Instagram and blog posts is misinterpreted to mean that my boyfriend is controlling what I wear, which is absolutely not the case. Despite his sarcastic comments and eye rolls, he still comes out with me wearing a 'hospital gown' or 'mechanics outfit' and is totally supportive of me wearing what I want and dressing for myself," she explained.
"On the whole, reactions are overwhelmingly supportive, and I've met a lovely community of women who are now dressing for themselves, which is great."