Sunday, October 22, 2017
Choir Wardrobe 10.22.17
He had me adjust the sweater just a bit and pronounced it good.
I'll have to remind him to check the hems of my pants in the future.
I managed to switch out the closet for fall/winter...and then it was 75 degrees today. and I had my heart set on wearing this fabulous vest from Coldwater Creek's brick-and-mortar store, back in the day. Burnt orange? Brown? Yeah. Something like that (it looks red in the monitor...it isn't). LOL. It was purchased to wear in choir in October, and it's October, so I have to justify it being in the wardrobe...lol.
Anyway, I didn't have anything to wear under it but a baby cable sweater. And it was too warm today for a sweater.
Then I thought about that gold linen knit t shirt mail ordered from...New York and Co? I think? It was expensive and it's not well fitted or well made but it's a killer wardrobe piece. And it's basically...tan. :-). I lose the sleeves under the dropped shoulders on the vest, but it's ok. Better than roasting in a sweater.
Worn with a brown Jalie 965 cami/tank top and brown doubleknit Loes Hinse Oxfords.
It may not look faboo, but it sure is comfy. ;-)
Not gonna be in choir next week; but with another month of tan and olive green I may see if I can get a bit of sewing in before the end of November.
And, I'll be honest, I'm kinda agonizing over something.
I have purchased way more yardage than I've sewn this year. Again. I've talked Very Sternly to myself about more fabric purchases. I've nearly got a small personal haberdashery, y'all, and it's getting out of control. So I told myself...no more.
And then one of my favorite online vendors announced that she's had fun but she's done and she's doing a clearance sale prior to closing up shop next month.
I. Don't. Need. More. Now. I really don't.
I am bummed. She had nice stuff and it was always well packed and shipped; the gorgeous rayon/lycra jersey fabric used in the brown tank top I'm wearing in the photo came from her webstore. I'll miss that spot on my bookmarks list...