Here are outfits from the last several days. If I were to detect a theme, it might be cozy chic?

1-3 (worn for a day off): dark straight-leg jeans (Kut from the Kloth, Stevie); olive knit draped pullover (Nally & Millie); brown belt (B-Low the Belt); espresso moto boots (Miu Miu); green single-breasted trench (Gallery); espresso and black leather satchel (Joy Gryson, Natalie). High happiness factor, with a lot of favorites.

4-5 (worn for day off): mauve and multi-colored floral tee (made by me); dark boyfriend jeans (Kut from the Kloth, Catherine); brown belt as above; taupe heather cashmere shredded knit shrug (made by me); taupe nubuck booties (Paul Green, Jano). Another happy outift, though I don't think I even went out of the house in it.

6-8 (worn for a day off and piano lesson): stone cords (Patagonia, slim fit); sage long-sleeved tee (Majestic); mauve and gray floral wool cap-sleeved sweatshirt (made by me); mauve packable rain coat (Mycra-Pac); taupe shoulder bag (Aunts & Uncles); gray shimmer oxfords (Naot, Kedma). Low happiness factor, despite the fact that I like all of the items. I just didn't like them together. Bleah.

9-11 (worn to work): black and brown tiny-bubble knit dress (made by me); black crinkle-knit drape-front vest (ComfyUSA); chocolate heather wool sweater tights (Smartwool); black flat booties (Munro, Lexie); new brown metal arty necklace and earrings; long black coat (Gallery); brown and black satchel as above. Back to happy with this outfit.

12-14 (worn for a day off): black skinny jeans (Eileen Fisher); ivory long sleeved tee (Caslon); black and brown animal print fuzzy long cardigan (Free People, Out of Africa); brown belt as above; espresso moto boots as above; taupe trench (Calvin Klein); brown and black satchel as above. Another happy outfit--yay.

15: closeup of the jewelry from outfit 4.

Thanks for looking! I welcome your thoughts and suggestions.

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