I didn’t manage to get a full week of outfit photos this week. It was busy, with both my mom and my dad’s birthdays, and Matt and I had a lot to get done around the house. I thought I’d file this week’s outfits under a new Slow Sunday post, so I can share what I did manage to take photos of along with some other things I think you might enjoy.
I recently discovered Sororité Vintage on Instagram and I’m loving their classic, minimal vintage at affordable prices. I purchased this knit black tank from them last week – for some reason, lately all I want to wear are knit tees and tanks!
Outfit details: Knit tank, Sororité Vintage; Jeans, Madewell; Long cardigan, VETTA; Boots, old, similar and fairly-made here; Necklaces, GLDN and Mirabelle Jewelry.
I also recently fell back in love with the bag pictured above, which I purchased from Sézane a few years ago.
It’s no longer available (it is also leather), so I’m loving this von Holzhausen shopper which is similar and animal-friendly. This shopper has been on my list for a long time, but I don’t need a bag right now (and I can’t decide if I prefer the stone or black, anyway). I also love this Chloé perfume, pictured above, which is floral without being overpowering.
This sweet little circle ring recently found its way to my jewelry collection – it’s affordable and perfect for everyday wear! I am *still* working on my jewelry guide, so stay tuned for that!
For Christmas, I received a pair of Lunya pajamas that didn’t work out for me, so I recently exchanged them for this Lunya Cool Romper. I’ve been growing increasingly tired of wearing old, ratty t-shirts to bed, so as they have found their way to the scrap pile I’ve been thinking about investing in at least a couple of nicer things to wear to bed. I am a hot sleeper (remember this? LOL) and I was curious if this romper would live up to its claim of keeping me cool and dry overnight. Turns out, it did! I had a fantastic night’s sleep in this, and am thinking it might even be worth it to splurge for another color.
This piece on Medium, “Climate Change’s Hidden Victim: Your Mental Health” addresses the anxiety and grief that comes along with climate change and how we can engage, versus turning ourselves off to the issue.
As a plant-based eater, I was excited to see the new “Planetary Health Diet” guidelines. An international group of 37 scientists from 16 different countries has revealed the plan, which is designed to meet our nutritional needs and contribute to a more sustainable world. To sum it up, global consumption of fruits, vegetables, nuts, and legumes will have to double, and consumption of foods such as red meat and sugar will have to be reduced by more than 50 percent. What do you think about this new plan?
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My friend Reni Soares is a talented, Connecticut-based abstract artist. She finds inspiration in fashion, interior design and the culture and environment of her home country, Cape Verde. The strength of women is a major theme in her work, along with her signature, evocative geometric pieces. I recently placed a custom order with her for a triptych for our living room – I can’t wait to hang these up!
Hope you all had a great weekend – all for now.
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