On repeat, here again, I’m wearing the same wool-cashmere turtleneck over Clyde pants. I wore this outfit to pick up some tacos for lunch. There was no need to carry a bag; my wallet, phone, and keys fit easily in these big pockets. It was a nice walk today; the streets were bustling with lots of smiling faces; the Cuban guys were out singing & playing bongo drums at the street corner again–always a welcomed sign winter is over, like the town troubadour in Gilmore girls, except with open bottles of tequila and more rhythm. Continue reading →
Today I’m wearing a replacement for my old Zara utility shorts that went into retirement after it burst open at the butt. This is a very similar pair of shorts with a few upgrades: back pockets and front pockets that look like back pockets, a beautiful metallic button, a modest length, and structured denim that keeps its shape. I loved my old shorts but one downside was how it got baggy and lost its shape by the end of the day. Faded olive greens fit right in with my wardrobe; they pair well with oatmeal and other neutrals. Continue reading →
I’m prepping my wardrobe for the fall/winter months. This weekend, it rained quite a bit, so I pulled out these waterproof Ariat boots from the back of my closet to go run some errands. I invested in these boots last winter when my feet nearly froze off when I was stranded by a stalled subway train at rush hour. It was very painful and I never want to be in that situation ever again. I did a lot of research on weather proof boots and read a lot of reviews before purchasing. Ariat is known for making high quality horse riding and outdoor work boots. Maybe I overdid it, but I have to say these are the most high tech shoes I’ve ever worn.
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