Here are my outfits for the last few days. I realized in gathering the photos that all of them feature items I have worn a fair amount, but paired differently than before, which makes them feel fresh.

The outfits:
1-3 (worn to work): stone skinny pants (Classiques Entier, city weave ankle pants); purple and cream micro-houndstooth check cowl pullover blouse (made by me); purple lacy knit vest (made by me); gray moto boots (Frye, Lynn); taupe trench (Calvin Klein); black satchel (Elliott Lucca, Olvera). Not sure I've worn this blouse and vest with these pants before; I've worn them with sage pants in the past. Oh, and I noticed after I took the photos (after work) that I had one cuff up and one down! I unrolled a cuff to show someone in sewing class how I constructed the hem, and I forgot to roll it back up!

4 (changed into after work): purple and cream micro check top again, with wine cable-knit high-low hem wool sweater (Eileen Fisher) and dark wash skinnies (Lucky, Charlotte Rail).

5-7 (worn to work): black bubble dress with wired collar (Sun Kim); black and gray mesh knit cardigan (made by me); silver leather belt; black cable knit sweater tights (B.Ella); black suede booties with gray turn-down cuff (Paul Green, Barbie); mauve packable coat (Mycrapac); black satchel as above. First time wearing the black dress with this cardi and belt.

8-9: I tried different boots with the outfit: gray moto boots (Frye) and flat black booties (Munro, Lexie). What do you think?

10-12: steel gray burnout scroll print tee (made by me); wine corduroy skinnies (Eddie Bauer); cream and gray stripey weave cardigan (Eddie Bauer); gray/silver belt; gray moto boots as above; brown and gray wool coat (made by me); taupe hobo bag (Aunts & Uncles). First time wearing this tee and cardi with the wine cords; I've worn them before with jeans or my pewter coated skinnies.

Thanks for looking! I welcome your thoughts and suggestions.

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