Sorry Christmas, I’m not a customer(consumer) type. But I am a woman who can be easily seduced by a bold boots …
… last year I felt in love with a red ankle boot. I ordered it and when I got it, I tried stepping a few around in room by wearing them and I haven’t felt that real love I expected before, … so I haven’t worn them on street since… I should be even more conscious shopper …
I thought, what if I would create a stricker wardrobe-rule from now? Such as the followings:
- to dress only from my existing clothing,
- to buy completely timeless, ethically-made clothes,
- to swapping with others,
- to dress in do-it-yourself/altered clothing.
These rules seems to be not so complicated challenges. I’m going to try it. Scroll down and see how these rules works for me.
This lovely camel colored blazer had been in my closet for a loooong time. I didn’t wear it because it’s not my size, but
with the sleeves rolled up, it doesn’t look soo large + the belt and the 80’s style shoulder pad also helps to correct this size problem. I think I’ll wear it for a little before I’ll swapping with someone … (a few months later: sold)
the black pants (Toxic3) is also a vintage piece. Very stretchy and comfy, easy to combine with many outfits.
Here I found a other ‘notmysize’ coat I wore it years ago …
… as I looked through my pants, I realized that in past I used to dress a lot more colorfully. I’m not sure I’ll pick them up right now, but maybe I’ll be forced to do so because of my newest rules …
After I’m looking through my lingerie ‘library’ I realized I didn’t have much lingerie. Anyway, nowadays wearing a bra is very disturbing for me … and it is much more easier to breath without bra …
cold summer nights demands a (thrifted) pullover and light gloves (own design!;))
the t-shirt I am in love with
I think there are some stuff I never bored of. This t-shirt and this dark skirt with wineberry pattern are my 2020 summer favorites.
After some styling-from-my-gardrobe-tries, I can sincerelly say that it’s funny to follow my own rules, and this challenge will be continued …