Hey ladies, please check me out today on Franziska's blog! She has featured me in her Behind the Blog series - thanks again, girl, I'm so flattered!
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I know I spent yesterday's post talking about the need to do something with my wardrobe so I can give all my clothes a fair shake at being worn - and thanks for all your organization tips, ladies, btw - so in my attempt at being a sartorial egalitarian, I probably shouldn't talk about favorites from my closet.
Meaning my entire outfit today.
Like this jacket, which is perfect for the mild SE winters and has shiny gold buttons to boot (plus it makes me feel kind of tough - OK, tough in that I-have-a-white-collar-job-and-like-to-eat-lunch-at-Panera-Bread-while-sipping-ice-green-tea-through-a-straw kind of way). Or these pumps, which are new, but are officially unofficially my favorite pair of animal print shoes because of the pointed toe, bow detail and loads of insole padding. This sweater, which is my favorite winter-appropriate pastel shade - and has sparkles. The necklace, which goes with pretty much everything. The skirt, which is nubbly wool warm, in a classic shape and neutral colors - but it's colorblocked, so bam, it's contemporary.
I can't help but loving all these pieces, so I had to gather them together into an outfit. So be prepared to see these guys under different guises again and again pretty soon. And to all the other clothes in my closet waiting to be worn - I still love you guys, I'll be back soon. At least it's warm in there!
What are some of the favorite pieces from your closet that you find yourself reaching to wear again and again?
Jacket: J.Crew downtown field (worn here - sim, cheap, pricey, luxe)
Sweater: Pim & Larkin via Piperlime sequin stripe (worn here - sim, w/navy, pricey, sim peach)
Skirt: J.Crew factory colorblock (sim blue or black, pleated, a-line)
Scarf: street vendor (sim, sim, sim)
Necklace: Anthropologie ampay (worn here - sim-ish, sim green)
Bracelets: J.Crew, Asos (sim, sim, all-in-one)
Shoes: Jessica Simpson jaide leopard (sim, slingback, bigger bow)