Well this is a turn of aesthetics, isn’t it? Underneath that preppy veneer lies a bit of something more. Forgive me, as this wasn’t my best hair day. Often when I’m sans scarf, I truly DGAF.
As you can see, I’m toying with the minimalist thing. I downsized my home mid 2016, and I’m trying to keep that momentum. While reading up on it, I found an idea that sealed it for me:
Keep only the things that make you happy. If it doesn’t and it’s not useful, you don’t need it. If you have a collection of something that makes it worth while, keep it.
With that, I looked at my closet and decided to keep EVERYTHING.
HA! Bet you didn’t think that’s where the story was headed. But in all actuality, I did get rid of a lot of DVDs. MOVING ON..
This raincoat was an accidental thrift find that I was mostly ambivalent about. When you end up only kind of liking an item, and then really loving it-it’s the opposite of buyers remorse. It’s treasure now. I’ve always enjoyed the jeans and t-shirt look. But I’m extra, so it’s jeans and bodysuit for me. Add a raincoat.
PS., Who else is going to be really sad when American Apparel closes?? The brand itself is sus and problematic, but by god that stitching lasts a legit lifetime.
Bodysuit: Americal Apparel
Coat: Eddie Bauer
Jeans: Old Navy