I’ve been trying to style my rarely-worn garments and shoes lately. It seems a shame to leave things unused, so I’ve decided to figure out how to style the garments or, if they need to be altered, do so. Of course, if it was a mistake, like this polyester shirt, it will go in the donate bag.
I now avoid buying polyester shirts and blouses since they rarely hang well or look elegant. Too often, they cling and may also be too sheer. I’ve had this one for a few years but have never worn it.
After seeing these pictures, letting it go is an easy decision. The pockets cling to the shirt’s body, and the fabric is indeed too sheer.
I promised to show you my new glasses when they arrived. The new frames are by Tom Ford. I met with the company representative at a local trunk show to get fitted for the ones with the right shape and color.
The shades of gray and black tortoiseshell cat-eye frames are squared on the bottom of the lens. They give my face a visual lift without being too large, and the colors harmonize with my hair color. The tips I’ve always followed when buying new glasses include not buying anything too trendy and avoiding frames that are too big and cover too much of the lower face.
It isn’t as round as it used to be, but I avoided round frames since they made my face look even rounder. I’ve been using Beautycounter skincare since 2017. Read more about my routine here.
Here is a vision website that shares tips about how your glasses should fit and choosing the right frames for your face.
None of my items were purchased in the past year. The shirt is by NYDJ. Similar jeans are here. The bag is from T.J.Maxx here are some similar ones. The shoes are by Stuart Weitzman. Here are similar shoes.
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