The shoes don't match, but I don't have many shoes I can walk in for 13 hours.
I need something layered and warm, something I can walk miles in, and fabric that won't dissolve/burst into flames
I love this cropped cardigan by BIZZ. It's got a flattering crop cut for the long of waist, slightly princess sleeves for the broad of shoulder, and a warm stretchy collar that turns up against the wind.
And check it out, the embroidery goes all the way around! I love it when that happens.
I am also wearing a stretchy bamboo fabric dress. It's big and made of that useless super stretchy style cloth that's too thin to wear on its own, so it's always an underlayer. I'll admit it does make a great underlayer. I'm almost certain you can't see my midriff through it, but in case you spot it, please let me know and I'll make sure it gets packed safely away.
Whatever happened to the bamboo fabric trend? I have a few pieces, and some sets of sheets that are bamboo, and I really liked it. Then it all went away.
Random question: do you find yourself noticing how you resemble family members as years go by? I look at a lot of photos of myself for this blog, and I feel like I'm seeing it more and more.
Cropped cardigan: BIZZ (thrifted)
Dress underlayer: Natural Life (shop at The CAMP)
Skinny jeans: ZARA Basic
Shoes: Hush Puppies Hatha (old)