Here are a couple of outfits I wore on my days off this week. The first is a cozy combo of some favorite colors--sage and teal--with the bootcut jeans I got this year at the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale. The second outfit, which features my other new pair of jeans from NAS this year, is a throw-back to my old uniform--a tee, classic cardigan, and jeans. I tried to make the outfit more like my current style than my older style, with the jewelry and belt I added. The difference is subtle, and probably wouldn't be noticed by anyone but me. I felt comfortable and stylish in both of these outfits.
The outfits (worn for days off):
1-3: pieced long-sleeve tee in teal, ivory, and brown prints (made by me); dark wash bootcut jeans (Hudson, Beth baby bootcut); sage merino boyfriend sweater (Halogen); sage and teal handknit shoulder cozy, worn as an infinity scarf (handmade gift from a friend); pewter cutout belt (Fossil); taupe nubuck booties (Paul Green, Jano); taupe trench (Calvin Klein); taupe shoulder bag (Aunts & Uncles).
4-5: indigo and gray birds-eye patterned cardigan (Eddie Bauer); charcoal crew-neck long-sleeved tee (Caslon); dark wash straight leg jeans (Kut from the Kloth, Stevie); silver bib necklace with faceted beads; piano wire bracelet with silver beads; silver belt; gray shimmer oxfords (Naot, Kedma). Same coat and bag as above. Switched to gray moto boots (Frye, Lynn) later in afternoon.
Thanks for looking! I welcome your thoughts and suggestions.