Erin Moore used to see imperfections, now she only sees beauty. The 39-year-old financial coordinator has come to own her curves and curly red locks, accentuating each as much as possible in her daily wardrobe choices. But when it comes to accessories, Moore lets her artwork do the talking. Her hyper-personal tattoos are prized pieces, often motivating her to show them off in sleeveless shirts and dresses she was once hesitant to wear. The self-described late bloomer believes she is in the prime of her life, and can't wait to step further out of her own comfort zone.

Erin Moore used to see imperfections, now she only sees beauty. The 39-year-old financial coordinator has come to own her curves and curly red locks, accentuating each as much as possible in her daily wardrobe choices. But when it comes to accessories, Moore lets her artwork do the talking. Her hyper-personal tattoos are prized pieces, often motivating her to show them off in sleeveless shirts and dresses she was once hesitant to wear. The self-described late bloomer believes she is in the prime of her life, and can't wait to step further out of her own comfort zone.

Lipstick: Fuchsia Berry by Julep. I have a very simple makeup routine; I can get ready for work or a wedding in five minutes. But I love playing with bold, girly colors for my lips.

Dress: Designer Fashion Warehouse. Green is one of my favorite colors, and I love that this dress shows off my tattoos. I absolutely live for summer, so I have an obscene collection of light, summer dresses like this.

Mermaid tattoo: Zak Colburn, formerly of Evolved Body Art. I'm a Pisces, and though I don't really buy into astrology that much, I do identify with the character traits associated with the sign. Growing up, my favorite princess was Ariel because she had red hair like me. I'd even flip my hair back at the beach like she did in the movie. This tattoo is absolutely my favorite accessory. It took me a while to be comfortable showing off my arms, so having a beautiful tattoo that I am proud of helps me do that.

Tennessee Waltz tattoo: Adam Fox. My mother used to sing the first couple bars of the "Tennessee Waltz" to me as a baby, so I had the first few bars put on my arm. It's my tattoo for her.

Manicure: Lacquer Gallery. I played the viola growing up, and I always had to have short nails. Then I discovered gel nails! Nail art is a fun way to express yourself, and it's like having an accessory ready to go when you wake up in the morning.

Shoes: Designer Fashion Warehouse. I'm 5'11, so I don't wear high heels. These shoes are super comfortable and versatile, so I love them. I can dance all night in these and not have to take them off.

Photo by Will Schilling