I love cashmere sweaters with whatever. With jeans and boots or skirts, tweed jackets or down coats. But it has to be good quality cashmere.
In between being a poor student, an underpaid young teacher, and an aspiring ethical shopper, I had a few indulgent years. The years when I had enough money to buy what I wanted. And did.
I’m taking wardrobe inventory this week. Looking at what I bought in 2019, and assessing how I’m doing in my efforts to be a more ethical shopper.
I’ve been musing about accessories lately. Can I still be considered an accessory minimalist? Or am I guilty of accessory excess?
It’s Fair Isle sweater weather. Cold, crisp, and sunny. Fair Isle sweaters are on trend this season. And I just happen to have several that I made myself.
My closet goal this fall is to wear what I own, to wear all the old stuff in my closet. But I needed something new to be able to do that.
I’m getting cranky again over all the hyperbole on the internet. I mean. Can we all just get over being “obsessed” with everything?
I’m looking for a few outfits to make dressing easy. Outfits that will be easy to haul out of the closet, pull on, and look good.
I have a closet goal this fall. To wear what I own, especially my fall jackets. Here’s how I’m doing.
We’re home from our Balkan trip. So I’m thinking about my travel wardrobe. What pieces did yeoman service? What should I have left at home?
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