Pulled this out from the closet today. Bonus: K/R new EF metallic espadrilles in silver. These are 1/2 size bigger than I usually get but stay on my feet. They are very flat so can take a stick on softer sole and have the room for it. These are really more for summer and warmer weather.
This outfit would look better with a tank under this tee or a different top. I may change into a long grey or black cardigan for more warmth. Rain is moving in with cold winds. Shall I keep the espadrilles? The black duster ( thrifted Chico’s )? I plan to wear these white ( bone) pants a lot for summer instead of white jeans, so their days are probably numbered.
ETA: my version of #3 from the closet. Long black skirt and black tank are older EF. Gold toned belt is Italian via thrift store. Espadrilles in a god tone are another K/R EF recent online purchase for summer. The sweater is an older 360 Cashmere . The loose weave makes it almost year round. I will add photos from my phone . The gold bag is an old repurposed clutch for carrying my medical supplies. You are seeing my bed head hair.
Your comments and suggestions are welcomed. Should I kept the shoes? These are actually in my regular size. Are there any tweaks you would make to the outfit? The skirt is stretchy enough that walking and striding is not a problem. Is the bag too big?
Photos 13-16 show my version of outfit #2 although I did not notice until later that the model is just wearing the denim jacket on her shoulders.
Wide crops and mules are EF from last year. Tee is old one given to me and looks like Maggie, our dog, origami earrings were bought last year at a Farmers Market. Bag is a locally made Maruca, sold in Boulder but I found this one in a consignment shop. It holds my meter and phone and glucose tablets all day.. what would improve this outfit?

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