-pink: handmade (adapted from this pattern + fabric)
-black: uzi + some reworking
-floral: handmade (adapted again from the same pattern above + fabric)
-embroidered: mexican vintage beauty from etsy
-blue: beauty & use + some reworking
cream striped: older boden
indigo stripe: older madewell
while: older madewell
indigo: taylor stitch
light blue: older j.crew
checked: older madewell
red: handmade (adapted from same pattern above + kaffe fassett woven ikat)
olive: older madewell
patched cutoffs: used to be jeans :)
jeans: older pilcro anthropologie
grey jeans: older gap
olive shorts: anthropologie
creamy: another one adapted from that same pattern! + this great fabric
(i was actually wearing this when i took these pictures, so the wrinkle are just comfy marks) :)
denim: this pattern tweaked a bit + amazing denim linen- just made this last week and i love it!
(i line dry all our clothing, so the wrinkles will come out a bit with wear- sounds funny, but true) :)
coat: vintage found on our road trip
sweatshirt: older madewell
leggings: anthropologie (surprisingly cheap and good!) edited: i realized these are now rayon. mine are cotton, so i'm not sure how they are now.
long cotton cardigan: old target
boots: sam edelman
tennies: old clarks
purse: bookhou (perfect size!)
clog sandals: lotta from stockholm
so i really don't know why i linked where i got stuff from, cuz that's just not at all what this is about!! i guess i wanted to give shout outs to those independent makers…both clothing and pattern makers. now you know that i really like madewell too…that's beneficial knowledge, i guess. :) what is important to note (especially for mr. jane who might be reading this) is that the only thing i bought this season (so far) is the white button down. i even made the dress out of fabric in my stash-yay! this is a great time to just use what we have and take note of holes we feel while wearing our transitional collections.
(a note about accessories: i wear rings that i never take off, a watch, a leather bracelet occasionally, and a necklace occasionally. i'm not counting them in my number.)
k…so that's 28 items. totally doable! laying these all out totally made me look at each piece and remember how much i love it! contentment rocks!
more inspiration- and a bit more too! totally better than mine! :)
are you doing something similar? i'd love to hear about it!