Here are a bunch of outfits from the last couple of weeks through today that I never got around to posting. (I did post a couple of special occasion outfits already - anniversary and Mother's Day). In those two weeks, the weather seems to have gone from winter to summer!

1-3: Pattern mixing and handknits. Striped tee, cabled handknit vest, ombre colorwork fingerless gloves, floral bag, plus jeans and boots. Quite a maximal, but fun, outfit. I've been trying to wear my fingerless gloves a bit more this spring as I have several handknit pairs that I rarely wear (I do wear them sometimes at my cold desk at work but I wanted to try styling them intentionally as part of an outfit and not just the thing I pull on to not freeze to death.)

4-5: Cocoon + bubble. Popped my handknit cocoon cardigan over one of my bubble tunics and skinnies, plus a handknit mixed media cowl.

6-7: Earth tones for a change. Camel sweater (an old, old handknit, from before I really understood sweater design and fit, so the fit is honestly not ideal, although I don't think it shows here) and brown suede boots. I don't wear these boots often because of the colors (earth tones are not really my thing). It's a shame because I love everything about them except for the fact that they are brown - if I could find them in a different color, I'd trade these in immediately. The colors are truer (but still a little washed out) in the second photo.

8: Aaaand suddenly it's summer. I do have summer knits too! (Although they're more suited to early, milder summer, lol). Silk lace batwing top with my J Crew striped Teddie pants and oxfords.

9-10: Flowers and metallic linen for rising mercury. It's currently 90ºF as I write this! Sandal weather for sure (but my toenails are still unpolished. Didn't have time yesterday to do them!) I haven't actually worn the white denim jacket at all so far today, but it's nice to have in case the AC kicks into overdrive at work.

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