Cuyana Alpaca Cape, Tiger of Sweden Linen Sweater, Community V-Neck Wool Dress
As silly as it sounds, January in California means real winter. There is rain predicted in the forecast for 2 weeks straight and it finally feels cold. We’ve been in a severe drought so while part of me wants to miss the sunshine, I have to say I’m welcoming all of this water with arms wide open. Since this means I’m living in my warm sweaters, I’m taking some time today to share what I look for when buying, and how I take care of my sweaters.
This post is sponsored by ThirdLove.
The other day I started my year-end closet cleaning, and really started getting into details. I cleaned out various drawers and was fine until I came to my intimates drawer. How on earth did I accumulate so many bras and underwear? I pulled everything out and came to realize that I really only wear and love a few pieces. After careful thought, I narrowed them down to just the necessities, and today I’ve partnered with ThirdLove to share how you can figure out which of your intimates are necessities as well.
A couple of weeks ago when I shared the results of my huge closet clean out, I have to admit I was a little nervous. For the most part I was confident in my choices, but I was worried about whether or not having such a drastically lower number would still allow me enough versatility in my wardrobe for frequent travel and spending time in different climates.
With the weather here in transition, it has been different every day. Last weekend I spend a few days down in Venice Beach, so packing for that trip was on my mind as well. Today I’m sharing 7 days of real outfits from my closet, ranging from sweaters and jeans on a plane to a more relaxed and beachy look.