My August challenge is mostly about wardrobe-building, and I wrote some other posts about that, but my fourth goal is the pertinent one here:

4. Continue to photograph daily outfits so I can track wears and see evolution.

Still doing well with this. I even took a pic on the day I spent just lounging around the house. I downloaded the ClosetSpace app for wear tracking and I like it better than Stylebook, which I was using before. It's going to take a while to get up to speed with having my items photographed, but luckily, I have a small wardrobe.

WIW photo collage attached.
#15 - Black cotton shirtdress and flats. We spent the day at the science museum, followed by a "family day" cookout at the botanic gardens with my husband's company. This was an outdoor event on the hottest day of the year so far. Very grateful for the sleeveless dress.
#16 - Cozy, around-the-house lounging.
#17 - Lands End dark wash jeans and LOFT linen tee for my shopping day.
#18 - Finally a cooler day! Lands End burgundy jeans and new tee with statement necklace for household errands.
#19 - Another cool day and first day of volunteering. You've already seen this one with LE burgundy jeans, LOFT blouse, and cardigan.
#20 - Work from home in Boden denim skirt, Kerouac tee, Modcloth cardigan, and Ariat boots.
#21 - Work from home again. Eddie Bauer cargo capris, abstract black/white zebra-ish shell from NY&Co.

#19 is easily my fave. I can't wait for fall dressing, and that outfit felt both appropriate for the occasion and true to my style. Also felt pretty good in #20, although the tee tuck looks weird in the photo. I think I might have bloused it out a little more after. Also didn't like this at all without the cardigan, which I had to take off in the afternoon. Doesn't much matter, since I was just at home all day, but still, I'd like to find a short sleeve tee that doesn't cling to my upper arms in an unflattering way.

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