Effortless fashion is a myth. No one pulls on any old thing and looks effortlessly chic. Not without lots of trial and error first.
I have never been a lover of linen. Too many wrinkles for this recovering perfectionist. But lately, I have undergone a linen conversion.
Closet therapy has always worked for me when I’m down. Playing with ideas, outfit formulas, and making new combinations always cheers me up.
I have long used fashion as therapy, as a cure for what ails me. So this week, I’ve been dreaming of fall fashion, and thinking of tweed.
I’m still rummaging around in my summer closet, my friends. Looking for outfits which look good and make me feel like me. The me I am now.
I had a good summer closet rummage this week. Looking for new outfit combinations. And not exactly achieving what I’d hoped to achieve.
A little closet therapy always helps my state of mind. In this case a little non-jean therapy. Styling two pairs of baggy, summer-ish pants.
I’ve been in need of some clothes therapy, my friends. Dreaming of outfits can sometimes fix what ails me. And it worked a treat this week.
Fashion math can be hard. Especially in the spring. Add a layer, subtract another one, get the proportion right. It’s not as easy as it looks.
I’m seeking outfit inspiration today, my friends. Looking for warm layered outfit ideas to wear to our fictional pub party.
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