I had not planned on not posting for so long (long for me anyways), it just happened that I couldn't post ... on Monday ... then on Tuesday ... then on Wednesday. Strangely, though, while I haven't been posting daily since Saturday, I have still been taking outfit photos daily. When I sat down to write a post today and looked at all the photos that I had taken since Saturday (with the intent of trying to figure out how to post all the photos -- you know, all in one post or in multiple posts), I realized that something was going on this week. I was slowly transitioning from wearing black and grey to wearing camel. I found the transition kind of neat. I am not sure that I would have noticed this transition if I had been posting daily. Neat, huh? Okay, maybe neat just for me. (And maybe I just see it because I want to see it!) I wonder what I will wear tomorrow?
On Sunday (above), I wore a sweater dress by Miss Green Originals, a button-up wool mock neck by H&M, leggings by Lululemon, over-the-knee socks by H&M and riding boots by JCrew. My button scarf is handknit and a gift.
On Monday (above), I wore a blouse by H&M, a sweater dress by Zara, a wrap cardigan by H&M, leggings by Lululemon, over-the-knee socks by H&M and riding boots by JCrew. My heart pin is from a museum shop.
On Tuesday (above), I wore an oversized wool turtleneck by Zara, cavalry pants by Lands End, over-the-knee socks by H&M and riding boots by JCrew.
On Wednesday (above), I wore a shirt by the Gap, a hooded wool cardigan by the Gap with a belt by Old Navy, a skirt by H&M, leggings by Lululemon, an unknown brand (I can't remember the brand) of over-the-knee socks and riding boots by JCrew.
Today (above), I wore a shirt by the Gap with a tie from Urban Outfitters, a vest by H&M, a jacket by LLBean, a skirt by Lands End, tights by H&M and riding boots by JCrew.