Everyone’s crazy somehow. Some people just hide it better than others.
Personally, I like combining things that common wisdom says wouldn’t work together, in ways that demonstrate they actually can. Lace bracelets with wire earrings. Cocktail dresses with combat-ish boots. Multiple colors, textures, and/or patterns that, when combined, actually accent each other rather than conflict.
It’s fun to kick assumptions in the face. Even my cat agrees*.
*(Or so I assume, since she plays fetch, loves belly rubs, and begs for treats.)
What matters is what matters, not what everyone and their grandfather assumes is needed.
That’s why my services focus on the client, not the same model that everyone else uses. (Thus why my website isn’t this. Okay, I also find Bootstrap annoyingly inefficient, but that’s another topic.)
Even the fiction I write focuses on the people rather than on any single genre. My characters have mental health issues, disabilities, or experience with things like gaslighting.
And I wouldn’t have it any other way. :-)