A few outfits this week I felt were worth sharing, in case they stimulate ideas for anyone. Without further ado...

  1. An attempt to un-orphan a piece that I used to wear quite a bit. It's essentially an A-line, unquilted puffer skirt made from tech fabric with a fleece-lined waste, which is quite high, especially in back. It's Prada circa 2007, and I wore it quite a bit back then when I dressed more for work. I haven't been feeling it, nor skirts in general this Winter, so I pulled out some fleece tights, my moto booties and wool/leather moto jacket. I like that the oatmeal wool of the topper lightens the look. The sweater is just a basic Harlowe & Graham from the Rack, but they drape really well, so I have 3 colors.
  2. My attempt at an ink-out look. My favorite 7FAM jacquard jeggings in cobalt/black, with a navy tee and ink EF cardigan. Shooties are taupe suede platform Stuart Weitzmans from ages ago...so comfy for the height. The 'zipper' necklace is an Uno de 50 find that I loved for its irony.
  3. Fave o the week. It's an AllSaints, boxy, asymmetric wool sweater in ink over my grey wool stretchy Athleta city joggers, old black patent Prada pumps and my Express grey python clutch.
  4. Friday I wore the 8telier skirted leggings with a long sleeve black tee under an AllSaints oversized short-sleeved woven top that they call their 'ladder tee'. It is a brownish wine color that doesn't register well with my camera. Booties are Sorel Joan of Arctic that pick up the brown tone of the top and that make me feel giant!
  5. OK, I didn't wear this one yet, but it features the same wool joggers as above, dressed more traditionally, so I wanted some feedback. I normally don't button shirts all the way up, but my thinking was that the deep vee of the sweater elongates to offset the effect. Thoughts? I semi-tucked the mixed media BR sweater, but probably would pull it out since I"m not loving the proportions. I brought out my powder blue suede kitten heels for bookending the shirt collar, but am also not 100% sure on those.
Thanks for your thoughts and for looking!

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