Before I switched up my style aesthetic, most of the prints and patterns in my wardrobe were pretty vibrant and often a little retro, which means that most of them have been handed down, sold, or donated over the past few months. But I realized I was missing the movement and interest added by prints, so I picked up this top which is both neutral and cut with a curved hem, one of my favorite design elements. It’s reminiscent of animal print, but nothing I’ve ever seen on an actual critter. So it’s interesting, flattering … and somewhat mysterious.
I’m still relying heavily on blacks and browns, but starting to mix in more white, gray, and lighter wash denims. Gotta get with the seasonal program, right? Glad these ankle boots survived the various rounds of culling, as they’re proving useful now: Always good to have a light-colored footwear option in the mix!
I’ve gone a little bonkers for fringe, and this T Party company is much to blame. They make lots of fringed pieces, all from super soft jersey. The fringed yoga pants aren’t quite my scene, but I adore my jacket and got this asymmetric fringed skirt, too. Someday I might wear them together just to freak out Husband Mike.
Also wearing my current favorite earrings from Adriana Soto. For some reason, I made a goofy face when I reached up to check if the crystals were all sitting upright. Naturally, HM captured the moment: