This week, my ongoing plan to wear what I own involves a five-year-old coat sweater. One I love and intend to wear more often. Hopefully.
I’m trying a new way to get dressed this week. Intentional dressing. Concocting my outfits with the intention of wearing one specific piece.
I’m doing my fall wardrobe edit this weekend, my friends. At least that’s what I started out doing. But it didn’t quite go as planned.
This week, I’m finding joy in a few hidden treasures I’d forgotten about. One of them is extremely wearable this season. How lucky is that?
Now that fall is upon us rugging up for lunch or dinner on a patio is essential. We want to be warm, but not too hot, and still look good.
Since I turned my closet, I’ve been assessing my fall wardrobe staples. And come up short on light-weight sweaters and long-sleeve tees.
I’m turning my closet today. A seasonal rite of passage. Storing spring and summer garments and bringing out my fall clothes.
I’m musing about fall 2020 this week. About crisp mornings and cool evenings. About new fall clothes and old friends.
So when exactly are we too old to wear a leather biker jacket? And how do we know when it’s time to modify our personal style?
As follow-up to my closet edit last week, I’m trying to rekindle my love for this old blue shirt, and finding out how my style has evolved.
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