Knits are your style friends. If you like wearing them, a collection of cozy tees, skirts, and dresses can become your unofficial “uniform” every day. Knits are friendly because they: are usually washable; don’t need ironing; come in a wide price range; and allow for fettuccini food-babies. Light to medium weight knits can be worn all year. And when they get tired, they make wonderful lounge clothes.
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The first layer here, on a gorgeous Spring day, is a navy knit Eileen Fisher dress (thrifted, similar). The top layer is a super-soft tee I found at the Molly Mutt Thrift. It’s by Religion, and I found they’re a young women’s brand, on the pricey side. I can feel the quality in the cotton.
The bead necklace is thrifted, and vintage 70’s – 80’s. I like that it makes a horizontal line to play off the stripes on my sleeves. The black platform heels are thrifted, and by Gentle Souls. My hair is the Wiki by Ellen Wille.
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Browse these Spring pieces: