Is there any lore about whether a creature can see themselves and their gear while invisible?

I’ve separately asked about the mechanics of whether an invisible creature can see themselves and their own gear in D&D 5E. And from a rules perspective, they can’t. But from a more flavor perspective, I want to know if there’s any indication in the various D&D published materials (maybe in novels, movies, articles, or setting sourcebooks for prior editions) whether or not people can see themselves (and their things) when invisible. Does somewhere explain just what a character experiences when they look at themselves while invisible, like saying whether they’re surprised by seeing the ground through their own feet, or whether there’s some ghostly effect where they can tell they’re invisible to others but can see themselves to some extent?