In my view, the less coincidences there are in this picture, the better...
I'm seeing this as a collection of different sides there are in her. One is her face showing as a profile and specifically as that, too. The make-up is enough to emphasize her facial features without drawing too much attention to itself, just like the hair that has been tied to allow the tattoo be in full view.
I cannot recognise the woman in the tattoo or think the appropriate connection between her and Sailor's Grave theme, but I presume that she does associate some characteristics of the (woman in the) tattoo to herself as a person.
Then there is the latex dress... Not just anyone can feel neither comfortable nor confident to wear anything like that. Besides, latex tends to emphasize one's feminine features. So, I take that she is a woman with selfconfidence and not afraid to show it in the way she dresses and feels about herself. I also associate latex with a certain toughness of character if so required, but that butterfly on the dress suggests that she has her more delicate and softer side also.
Um-mm.. Perhaps now would be the time to hear that she just wanted a picture for a reminiscence of her new tattoo.
my dear, this time the last sentence is the correct one
Hehe, I was pretty sure the tattoo is there for a reason, but unsure whether the title Butterfly had anything to do with that. After all, it is not called 'Tattoo'... Those two were then the trains of thought on the 'yes' and 'no' scenarios I could think of.