Here's a week of looks. I'm trying to take more outfit photos, and I thought I'd take the plunge and start using my YLF blog page. I'm trying to think of a name for it. Any suggestions?
Monday (1-3), dressed for work and after work: mixed print asymmetrial big shirt with cowl collar (made by me), stone skinnies (Classiques Entier, Nordstrom), multi-colored heeled oxfords (Fidji, last year), navy bag with luggage tan trim (Dooney & Bourke). Changed into skinny jeans (Charlotte Rail by Lucky) and platform peep-toe cutout booties (Paul Green).
Tuesday (3-5), dressed for home and piano lesson, then teaching sewing class: skinny jeans (Charlotte Rails again), mixed media high-low tank (made by me), tan cotton jacket (Caslon), pewter suede metallic wedge high-tops (Paul Green); changed into navy chinos (Caslon) for teaching in the evening.
Wednesday (6-8), dressed for home and teaching sewing class: gray linen slouchy trousers (made by me), mixed media scroll print tee (made by me), jean jacket (Robyn by AG), pewter suede high-tops again.
Thursday (9-11), dressed for home and breakfast out: white skinny jeans (Stilt, AG), block print slouchy tee (Nally & Millie), gray leather sneakers (Caspian, Josef Seibel), olive utility jacket (Laundry by Shelley Segal), blue stripe earrings (give of DH).
Friday (12-13): dressed for work and after work: asymmetrical black denim wrap skirt with zig zag stitching (made by me), hatchy-print tee in shades of gray (made by me), nude fishnets (Commando), black sling-back Mary Janes (Think!); changed into white jeans (AG Stilts again) and black loafers (Munro) with silvery-gray-black belt (?) after work.
Sunday (14), dressed for piano recital: charcoal gray skinnies (Classiques Entier, Nordstrom), marbled print sheer sweater-knit peasant tunic (made by me) over camisole (Shimera), black ballet flats (AGL).
Wednesday's outfit was inspired by comments here; since you asked, I wore the trousers with something that didn't cover up the top of them.
Thanks for looking! Your comments are always welcome as I continue on my YLF style journey!