I love having a good knit in rotation, even when it’s hot outside. You never know when you’re going to get frozen out by an overzealous AC. This cardigan is an oldie but a goodie — I appreciate the way it’s pilled over the years. It gives it so much texture and soul.
Shorts and a big sweater is one of my all time favorite combos. I’m particularly drawn to those combinations that hit on opposite ends of the seasonal spectrum — shorts with a big sweater, a mini skirt with chunky boots, a short dress with a long trench coat, etc. If it sends a conflicting message about what season it is, I probably love it.
How beautiful are these sandals? I love those lines — they feel artistic and sculptural. The sleek, minimalist design makes them a nice counterbalance to my chunky sandals. When a chunky sandal feels like too much, and a flip flop seems too basic, I reach for these.
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Cardigan (old) | Similar | Similar
Shorts (old) | Similar
Sandals (I’m usually a 7-7.5 and am wearing a 7)
Bag | Similar | Similar in larger size
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cute + cozy + boyish + chic. I love this look!
Have been following since 2018-ish and it’s been really interesting to follow the ways you’ve stepped into a your sportier style in the last year. I love seeing you feel yourself! This is the first outfit from this new era that I pinned for myself, but I love seeing all of it. 🤍🤍🤍
Hey there, I stumbled on your site two or three years ago and loved it; then you went on hiatus, and today I decided to check whether you were still around, and so now I’m subscribing. I’m almost 68 years old and have always been interested in fashion. It’s because I’m 5′ 11″ and when I was young there were no clothes for me. So I started making my own. I find your site to be a breath of fresh air. The things you’re posting are timeless, ageless and universal. That’s what an old lady wants! Neutrals, simplicity, ease and minimalism. Thank you!
Thank you so much Sabina!