I love the word "sanguine," and for my money it should be defined as describing just this sort of look.
But it doesn't.
Strangely, many people seem to agree with me, and you often hear it used in the way of "confident," or more specifically, as an undeterred or otherwise unflustered confidence. But really it describes a more animated, cheery, outwardly optimistic kind of confidence--happy confidence. Which is lame.
To me that is "chipper," not "sanguine."
(spotted in airport, like previous post of DS-playin' kids)
Just through the April Door. - We'll see if all my color dabbling/learning makes it into this piece. The dabbling and math for complements helped a bit. Sped me up. Took me as long to do ...