I've apparently been snapping lots of WIW photos in the past week but haven't had time to post any of them since Tuesday. We had a bunch of really warm days!

1-3: As I mentioned in my earlier WIW this week, I decided that I should wear some of my buttondowns, which don't get enough wear. (I'm exempting the plaids because those have been worn regularly all winter.) This silk shirt is always a little difficult for me to style because it's much more classic than my normal style, and it has some slight fit issues (it's too long through the armholes and straight at the hip). This time I tried pairing it with my cropped summer flare jeans and gold oxfords. I think it's much better with the sleeves rolled up as in #2 but unfortunately they kept wanting to fall down all day! The topper is my teal swing jacket which is totally impractical in most weather conditions, but was perfect for this weird taste of summer we're having.

4-5: A cooler day so I took the opportunity to wear a bunch of handknits instead of another buttondown.

6: Another silk buttondown worn with patterned crop pants and booties. It's a petite length which means it fits better through the armholes and upper body, but I think it's a little on the short side to wear with pants. (The sleeves are also too short but since they have roll tabs it's not a big deal.) What do you think?

7: drapey tank top, the summer flare jeans again, and sneakers for a super casual, warm Saturday.

8-9: Easter finery. This is a very old dress from Anthro that I haven't worn for a while, worn with some pointy kitten heels and my turquoise Milly clutch. Unfortunately I think these shoes are going to have to be sitting-only shoes because they seem to feel tighter of late. This makes me sad because they look great and don't fall off. (But the truth is that the only way shoes don't fall off my feet without straps/laces is if they are a half size too small, which means they tend to be too tight after a few hours.)

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