One of my favorite things about classic style clothing pieces is that they don’t look dated after a season. I’ve been removing expired codes and links on my website this week. As I visited posts from previous years, I saw some combinations I would never wear now, and others that I still wear often.
The photo below from 2016 shows a look I still enjoy wearing today. I gave away all my stiletto heels, but otherwise, my style hasn’t changed a lot. For the past few seasons, I have been collecting high-quality, comfortable pieces in neutral colors that I can mix and match and wear for years. I’m as happy with those items almost five years later as I was when I purchased them. (The 2016 post is here.)
I wore the cool, comfortable navy shirt with my favorite white ankle jeans and nude loafers to walk the grounds of the Doak House Museum in Tusculum, TN. Tusculum University (founded in 1818) is next door to this historic site. (The Museum remains closed due to the virus.)
Those are chestnuts growing on the beautiful tree above.
As is often the case, the pieces I am wearing are not new, so I share links to current items that are similar. Click on the following links to shop. Shirt – here, here, and here. Jeans – here, here and here. Loafers – here, here and here. Bag – here, here and here.
Mornings already require a jacket here, but the daytime temperatures reach the eighties. I’ll share photos of looks styled for fall on Thursday.