Here are work outfits for the last few days.

The first one is pretty staid for me, an easy if not particularly fast fall-back (i.e., it's not necessarily something I reach for often).

Second outfit is fun and feels more like me.

Third outfit feels a little quirkier than I usually go, I think. I put on the faux-fur vest (or "minky" fabric, actually--usually used for blankets!)--which I made about 4 years ago as a class sample and have never worn-- for a day that I thought I would be working in a booth for our company at a craft fair. I thought the outfit would appeal to the craft-fair crowd. I ended up being called to the store instead, and I received some compliments on the vest and pants there.

I wonder if I look like three different people in these outfits. They seem rather diverse in style. What do you think?

The outfits:
1-3: charcoal crinkle knit skirt (made by me); navy v-neck cashmere pullover (Halogen); blue and red plaid scarf (Asian Eye); navy tights; wine lace-up Mary Jane pumps (Naya); ombre plaid coat (MICHAEL Michael Kors); black satchel (Elliott Lucca, Olvera).

4-6: scroll print sweater dress in wine, olive, teal, black, and gray (Nally & Millie); black lace knit shrug (made by me); black opaque tights; olive distressed suede tall boots (Donald J. Pliner, Devi); green trench (Gallery); black satchel as above.

7-9: dark sage linen-wool cargo pants (made by me); ivory long sleeved crew-neck tee (Caslon); ivory and green minky vest with green animal print lining (made by me); pewter metallic suede high-top sneakers (Paul Green). not pictured: same coat and purse as in previous outfit.

Thanks for looking! Thoughts and suggestions are welcome.

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