You were wearing a pale toned pink shirt, or such, underneath the lengthy cloth. The blue offers the hint of a faded lilac tone. What is scary is how the walls are painted nearly the same color. Like you saw that color and said to yourself, "I know a fabric store that offers cloth in that same color." Or, maybe vice versa. Either which way, that was astonishingly created. And, though it might seem like I am pointing out the other color to drag it down, I am stating that to offer a true tone of minuscule balance. The fabric & wall are typically deemed masculine colors. The shirt, if it is such, offers a sense of femininity. So, it is like you're fighting against the odds to truly stand out without clashing heavily. More like a complimentary -suitedaddition. Which, usually, such is minorly featured in feminine-skewed works. Now, it is dominating such work with the femininity lurking to still showcase that the work is for/by a female. But, I am sure that such might not have been so overly planned to be that way. If it is regarded further than just being a DD, you have every right to state such as your honest intention. Just reword it to suit you far greater than how recited some of the points here might seem. As well as, if you want to use such points, they are yours for the right to use(which was already implied by me, just so you know). Great job, my friend.
Fav'd, as you should know. Congrats on your DD, my dear.