I used to wear just about every color of the rainbow in my younger days. If I liked something and it 'fit' I would just buy it and I don't ever remember thinking too much about the color, ever. I am reminded of this every time I go digging through my boxes of old clothing.

So, while it may be spring, Saturday was freezing cold (45 degrees) and I was freezing cold even in the house. I decided I needed to wear a sweater, a wool sweater (and maybe a puffy coat). But I was just not feeling like any of my dark or light neutral sweaters could cut it. Lately I'm craving color in my life even more than I crave chocolate so enter the greenish cashmere sweater I spied in one of my old clothing boxes. I don't even know what to call this color but it's bright, cashmere, super soft and warm. And if your interested in the history, it's an Isaac Mizrahi for Target I picked up on clearance for $7. (You never forget when you get a cashmere sweater for that price.) I think it was the first collection he ever did for Target way back. It is just as nice quality cashmere, if not better than some that I purchased for a much-much-much higher price.

Sunday started out at 31 degrees! But it was supposed to go up to 52. While I still had to wear a sweater and booties to stay warm at least it was bright and sunny outside. I was going to return this fuchsia-pink merino sweater but I decided to keep it and wear it because obviously I need brightly colored spring wool sweaters.

All in all nothing really special, just my uniform in color. Bonus picture of Ginger and I, we both love animal print and pinks.

Saturday Outfit (Pics 1-2)
Belt-SO's old-old cognac belt that doesn't fit him anymore
Leather Sleeved Trench-Sak's Label from a couple years ago
Sweater-super old Isaac Mizrahi

Sunday Outfit (Pics 3-5)
Jeans-Gap Always Skinny (bought on super clearance to see if I could feel comfortable in distressed jeans, still not sure.)
Booties-Marc Fisher
Trench-super old Loft
Ginger’s Bow & Collar-Susan Lanci/GW Little
Ginger’s Coat-Kriser’s (I forgot the brand)

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