A delicious assortment of knitwear, in sorbet pink shades.
In the ongoing quest for everyday comfort & tres chic, One tends to rely somewhat on a uniform of jumper and jeans.
‘Uniform’ of jumper and perfect jeans
I currently own 4 winter pairs of jeans
#Dark blue wash, high waisted, fitted but not skinny. (my favourite)
#Boyfriend slim fit (this is proper tough denim, so the least comfortable)
#Boot cut slim fit. (This was good for the office as well, but is getting old now and loosing its shape.)
Well fitting jeans are one of the hardest items to buy, so when I find a good pair, I wear them to shreds. My weight does not fluctuate, I eat like a horse, but cycle, walk and do yoga almost daily.
Definition: investment: the commitment of money or capital to purchase financial instruments (in these case quality jumpers to wear for years) or other assets.
I have become quite the ‘investment’ dresser when it comes to knitwear. Cashmere, pure wool or angora, which I carry over from season to season. (angora I have now stopped buying unless it’s ethically produced. Read here why.) These are a few seasons old at least, usually add one or two every year and weed out things that begin to look tired. This year, I haven’t bought any yet, possibly because this little collection, doesn’t get enough wear as it is.
Without actually realising it, I kept to quite a strict colour palette. When I wear pink, I like to combine it with something a little tougher, like army green or boots to take some of the sugar away.
An assortment of soft pinks, are my favourite weekend colours. Associated with relaxation. Working week colour palettes are more, navy, grey and cream. Though light touches of pink, in accessories, also seem to work.
Do you have a favourite colour or shade that keeps repeating itself in your wardrobe?
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