We’ve had rain and dark, gloomy skies for most of this week, so there is only one outfit photo today. I took this on my way to the grocery store on Tuesday morning during a brief break in the clouds.
The jacket is at least four years old. If you have my build, here’s an important tip: Slim-fit means the hip and upper thigh area are cut to fit the woman with a flat behind and narrow hips. The best-fitting jeans I have ever found are these.
The elements of my looks are rarely new, so I share highlighted links to similar current items at luxury and medium price points. The shopping links in my posts may result in a small commission for me at no additional cost to you.
I am fortunate to have a finished room over the garage to use for storage. These shelves were leftovers from when I had my online shopping site. I decided to use them as storage for boots, shoes, and larger bags. The blue and white hat box holds my leather care supplies. Shining shoes, boots, and bags protects and prolongs the life of leather goods. Some of my shoes are ten or more years old.
Black and white pants and jeans are stored on the upstairs rolling rack. My dresses include crepe tank dresses, one black, one navy. I don’t enjoy wearing dresses at all.
Arranging items by color and type helps me to shop in my closet as if it were a boutique. If what you own is organized and you can see it all, getting dressed will become a joy, and you are more likely to use everything. It’s easy to forget items that are packed away in boxes and bags.
The closet tour from last year is here. The newest video is below. Have a great weekend!
The purpose of this blog is to share what I’ve learned. It is the information that is important. Please focus on that, not the size, not the price, not the quantity. Apply the tips (and learn from my mistakes) to help you create a style that suits your personality, your shape, and your budget. I use myself and my style as examples since I can’t find anyone else to work for free.