With all the awful things going on in the world lately, I was yearning for a bit of an escape this weekend, and did so by binge watching new Queer Eye. Does anyone else cry during practically every episode? I think this season is even better than the first. Jonathan is still my favorite of course, but Tan is a close second.Continue reading “outfit: queer eye, my 90 year old patient, and the plastic problem.”
Sometimes all you need is a pair of utility shorts and a simple tank. This is easy-breezy style for a mild day of working around the house. Continue reading “Wardrobe: Utilitarian Chic”
This summer calls for the simplest short sleeve shirt and Everlane has made the perfect one. It’s nice to have a button up that you don’t have to tuck in for those times you don’t want to show the waist line of your pants/skirt. Keeping it untucked keeps you nice and ventilated in the summer heat. The straight horizontal edge makes this okay. And because the shirt has a short torso (but falling short of ‘cropped’), it looks great with a pair of high waisted shorts when you’re out of the office. Plus, since it is 100% cotton it’ll keep you feeling fresh in the muggy summer heat. Whereas, polyester and silk tend to get clingy and hate to say it (smelly) in this weather. I also love the A-line detailing of the shoulders which softens up the edges and gives it a modern European touch. Not to mention, $48 for a well constructed 100% cotton shirt is a pretty good deal for something you’ll probably have on heavy rotation.