Hi everyone,I figured I haven't done a WIW in a while. I was mostly wearing loose dresses for August, or shorts and tank tops. Here's a few things I've worn now that the weather is cooler. I have to shop less nd more strategically right now (reason discussed below), but I did get a few things at NAS and after.

1. New Boden dress and Madewell clogs. This dress is a lightweight jersey that feels like a comfy nightgown. Great for WFH! I dig the 70's vibe without it being too earth toned for me. THe clogs squeak in the hallway but are nice otherwise; they squeaked much less on pavement.

2. Older chore jacket and top paired with two of my NAS winners.The oxfords need to be stretched, but I managed that with some Doc Martens and will replicate it here; sizing up would have made them much too long. They are a smidge narrow since I have tailor's bunions now.

3. Gap "house dress" and Sofft sneakers from NAS. Another dress that feels like a nightgown!

4. Older joggers and knit top with the Sofft sneakers again.

NB: I also got these earrings and boots from NAS.

I am moving to my new home in 2-5 months, but in the meantime, we have to prep our tiny apartment for sale. I have to put a subset of my clothing in our basement storage to help declutter this place to make it look like something someone might want to buy. (Other stuff like books and bookcases are going to more permanent storage offsite; it's complicated.)

I am going to keep clothes for mild weather upstairs--even once winter hits, I will only need a few pairs of boots and a few sweaters on hand, since it's too warm for that stuff once the heat turns on in here. (We have no control - one of the many things that will change in the new place).

I've used Finds to create a capsule of what I want to take out of storage and keep upstairs once it gets cold. I can always switch some of it out if I get too bored. I am trying to edit stuff out as I got, but I like a large wardrobe and edit constantly, plus I will be able to easily house it all at the new place so it's hard.

In the meantime, I need to figure out how many storage bins I need--I am going to get the watertight gasket boxes, since the basement is damp. Any suggestions welcome if anyone has done this before.

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