Real quick - this is the week in outfits and last week of the June 10x10!
Friday: Went for dinner at a new French restaurant on the outskirts of Gastown.
Equipment button up blouse dress,
silver Swedish Hasbeens, big hair
Saturday: Went and watched a women's football tournament with my bestie from Olympia. Then went and saw a guitar performance downtown.
Blue Topshop tank, Rachel Comey jeans, Saltwater Sandals, Karen Walker sunglasses
Sunday: Hung around, had pizza for dinner. Had a perfectly lazy day.
Caron Callahan jean shorts, Nordstrom black camisole, Loeffler Randall Sandals
Monday - the start of a new work week.
Rachel Comey jeans, thrifted animal print tank, Eugenia Kim headband, Isabel Marant flats
Tuesday - went to my parents to watch a movie and have dinner.
J Brand jeans, Marc by Marc Jacobs top, Prada Sandals
Wednesday - Hump Day and a couple glasses of wine with a friend after work.
Black shorts from the Philippines, thrifted button up, Saltwater Sandals, changed to Loeffler Randalls for dinner/drinks
Thursday - my boss' birthday and spin class after work and two glasses of wine. Also, I hit 300 classes on Classpass!
Rachel Comey jeans, And Other Stories striped top, Prada Sandals
What did I learn through all of this? I really like documenting what I'm wearing. I suppose in the same way people write about their days extensively, I like remembering what happened through what I wore. It's like that Nora Ephron play "Love, Loss, and What I Wore".
What did I learn about my wardrobe? I'm currently in style transition. I notice that a lot of the pieces that I have in my closet that I really love and have loved, don't really suit my style or taste anymore. They don't have the fit I like, particularly the bottoms I chose this go-round. As I've already established, I lean heavily towards those pieces that are high waisted. They are the most comfortable to me. Bottoms that don't have this quality make me feel like the person I used to be. It's time to give those pieces up. I never realized how connected my past is to my clothing and how representative they are of a past me.
Here's a shout out to those who followed along!