It’s been hard to turn my thoughts toward spring when the weather has been so uncooperative.
In mid-April, I was wearing heavy winter sweaters.
Since I was wearing my heavy winter sweaters, I haven’t been packing them away for the summer. Now I am going to begin fretting about moths.
I’d like to think that the moths will get a late start on their breeding season, but I expect that they are really wedded to the Julian calendar and have not been waiting for a particular temperature to arrive.
Here is an attempt to lighten up with: white; a floral print; a short-sleeved blouse and cropped trousers; my delightful (hideo-marvelous™) mules.
I am not so sure that I like this outfit. I love the top, but I am not sure if the v-neck really works on me. I know we’ve discussed this before, but my comfort zone — a complex polyhedron with unequal facets — has a few rigid boundaries. V-necks may be on the outside.
I’ve been thinking about summer and realizing that since we’ve been together for three years now, you’ve seen all of my clothes. Or, you’ve seen all of my favorites.
Do you understand what I am saying? You are about to see Old Clothes, New Ways. I think accessories will play a significant role. Maybe there will be a couple of new things for summer thrown in.
Top: Rebecca Taylor; Camp shirt: Theory; Pants: JCrew; Shoes: Rebecca Minkoff