And you guys - I got so very lucky. Yesterday I was texting with the J.Crew stylist who taught a workshop I put together awhile back. (See all her tips I've written out for you here & here & here, in case you missed them.) It turns out that we were going to meet up today to discuss a few projects/workshops for this year and she said she'd just come over and help me pick out my outfits, too. SO fun, right? It was amazing to have someone take a fresh look at what I already had. Here are the outfits of the day...
Scarlet dress. Double belts. Danny's scarf. Burgundy shoes.
Taffeta skirt, silk top, men's leather belt, winter white jacket (a little piece Marina brought with her)
Harvey shirt, J.Crew pencil skirt, men's leather belt, flower in my pocket.
Cozy for the plane: Harvey shirt. Danny's sweater. Blue denim from Target.
Lace dress, jacket from Old Navy from many years ago, Danny's scarf (he doesn't know yet that I'll be borrowing all his stuff. :) :) [Note to commenters: I have a longer slip for this dress, but it didn't make it into the quick snap shot at home!]
Harvey silk circle skirt, Danny's J.Crew chambray shirt (unbuttoned and crossed over in front for a tighter fit), necklace made longer using ribbon from my closet.
Silk top, taffeta skirt. Pink belt & flower.
Lacy top, lots of necklaces, men's leather belt, and Danny's black denim from Uniqlo
(unbuttoned in front and crossed over for a tighter fit, then pulled tight with the belt.)
What do you think? For me, I'd say these beat the cozy pajama pants and cozy sweater I normally wear while blogging. :)
Alright, have a great week, everyone! I have a few posts I may share with you while I'm away. And I hope to write a bit from the road. I'm so excited to see the next several days unfold.
P.S. Marina's expertise is helping people to style items they already have as well as recommending items that need to be replaced. She works with clients in New York or anywhere and has affordable rates. I know she is working with some clients in Salt Lake City this month. If you'd like to make an appointment with her, email firstname.lastname@example.org.