it's not a salad dressing!
It 's a simple minimal curated wardrobe
that has evolved since retiring.
This boiled wool skirt gets worn at least twice each week.
The Chelsea boots are my go to for Fall and Winter.
Opaque Hue tights offer warmth and help to create a longer silhouette.
I have a pair in grey and another in black.
The cashmere V neck sweater by Black Goat was a Christmas gift from my husband.
I prefer a cozy longer sweater for extra warmth
the length is versatile
allowing it to be worn with leggings
the skinny ponte knit pants that I wear frequently.
I've been wearing my Masaii print dress weekly since I found it in a local consignment shop.
Newer Eileen Fisher striped dress
priced quite reasonably so another workhorse joins the group.
Knit pants and a Cut Loose top...
This cut loose top pairs well with the boiled wool skirt.
Having separates that mix and match helps to stretch the budget and makes it easy to put together many versatile outfits.
Previously jeans and a tee top with a cardigan were my "uniform."
Recently I have felt a shift...
in how and what I wanted to wear.
Black Goat cashmere have a lovely soft grey cardigan that I have my eye on...
it may be a wise purchase sometime soon as the grey shade fits into my wardrobe effortlessly.
Blogging from the kitchen table
while Jane Green's Mom's rib recipe bakes in the oven...
(copyright laws do not allow me to post her recipe)
easy peasy dinner tonight
Must close now and work on my knitting project.
Hope you have some fun things planned for the weekend.
~ Be Well and Be Kind ~