Today is a tricky day for me. I’m still sick, I have no voice but I the weather has flipped literally like someone flipped on a light switch. Sunday it was 32 degrees with tons of snow on the ground and then less than 24 hours later, it was 65 degrees and not a speck of snow. That particular “situation” creates the perfect opportunity to be sick for weeks. I although being sick wanted to test out the current air and heat situation so I can gauge how I now need to shift my current wardrobe. This is really an impromptu post, done to share what I do in real life when the weather seems to have made a seasonal change.
It’s important to know what’s really in your closet at all times. Having a proper inventory each season helps when making decisions when it comes down to choosing a look. As seasons go on, we naturally make purchases and build our wardrobe through the season. When that season is over, a sifting process through the closet has to take place in order for accurate styling ability to be executed easily for the upcoming season. I need to feel what I can stand to wear in the current “climate”. In the spring, you can over or under-dress very easily. Trying to “find something to wear” is very counter-productive and can be frustrate a person right of his/her potential for a great outfit look. Knowing what you have increases your options and you’re less likely to buy duplicates and eliminate colors of pieces you already have and you also can take the opportunity to purge if need be.
My look is extremely simple but purposeful down to my hairstyle. If you’d still like the information although unlinked, it’s immediately above the pictures. I will go into more detail at a later date about wardrobe sifting but in the meantime, check out the photos!
Shoes: Shoedazzle (old). Tee & Ankle Pants: H&M. Cardigan/Open Trench: SheIn. Clutch: Forever 21.