The epiphany: striped t-shirts work best for me as a part of a pattern mixing outfit. Not as a standalone print/pattern. I was out doing a bit of shopping at noon, and tried it on under a seersucker striped blazer and also liked that - enough so that I bought it I'd love to find a floral print blazer for a dressier work look - camo not being terribly professional looking . All of a sudden I feel like I know how to wear stripes that feels more me. Thanks YLF!
Thoughts on the pattern mixing ? Have I lost my mind?
1st week of the GYST program completed. Turned 55, changed up my hair and have been working out pretty aggressively and feeling good. (Kettlebells and cardio this past week) Lost probably 2 pounds(that's over maybe 8-9 days) . Took 3 bags of clothes and purses to the donate bin. Closet organized for tops and jackets/sweaters. Decided that hard physical workouts are a good outlet for my excess mental and emotional energy.
jeans - BR Premium - last summer
T - Bailey 44 - last summer
jacket - CM - ancient
wedges - Wishbone Collection /Browns - last summer
white tote, white watch, silver studs and ring
scent :Chanel Cristalle; makeup : all blue based cool tones - like it against red hair for a more unexpected contrast
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