Thanks for all the work you put in sorting tags out.
I did think some of these might stay around, precisely for the same reason. But as I said when I started posting, I leave the decisions to those who have experience. Who actually know what they’re doing.
And I’ll sollicit that experience again:
My non-native English speaker is showing, but what does off shoulder
refer to, exactly? Wide-collared tops pulled to the side enough for one entire shoulder to show, whether there’s a bra strap involved or not, or the one-shoulder equivalent to bare shoulders
I tagged my togas
according to the latter idea, but I’m not sure that’s the right one.
Speaking of the toga, is there a tag for clothes that go over one shoulder and one shoulder only?
as a whole really confuse me. No description, so I check the results to be sure, but you’ve got outfits like these two
that make me wonder whether it’s supposed to be ‘absolutely nothing
covering either shoulder’ or if straps and the like get a pass.
Another thing I’m constantly worried about is overtagging. Say I’m working on a picture with Rainbow and Sunset in their casual outfits
from Spring Breakdown
Beyond the obvious cruise outfit
that describes these clothes as a whole, tanktop
, and (possibly short
seem sensible to tag, along with sandals if they’re showing and, I imagine, baseball cap
. Maybe cutie mark on clothes
But Sunset also qualifies for choker
, bra strap
, whatever her belt counts as (beads
, maybe?) and Rainbow, for front knot midriff
And of course, there’s also this whole deal with the magical geodes
they wear on themselves at all times too.
So yeah. When does the search for accuracy stop and overtagging starts?