I am ashamed to say as a fashion blogger that I have no idea what to call this color top I’m wearing. It’s kinda orange-y, kinda salmon-y, so all I could really come up with was peachy. Like dark peachy I guess? If you have a better color name please comment and let me know!
But what matters isn’t really the name of the shade so much as how you wear it, right? And when this soft spun long sleeve top came in the mail last week it was just meant to be paired with an olive vest. And honestly it would look great with other neutrals like brown and grey, or leopard print if you’re feeling spicy.
And one more thing about this top…it’s incredibly soft. I guess they don’t call it soft-spun for no reason! My husband actually commented on it when he touched my arm, so I’d say it lives up to the name. I actually have it in my online shopping cart in a mustard color and a size up because I like soft tops. And oversize tops. And fall shades.
I changed out my summer and winter clothes this past weekend, which was both bad and good. Bad because I broke part of my closet in the process (I had too many clothes hanging on a rod and the fixture broke), and good because these black ankle booties are now at my fingertips.
I was a little unsure of the style last year but they’ve definitely grown on me. This brand actually has a lot of cute budget bootie options if you need to stock up.
In the process of doing my seasonal switch, I also packed up a lot of clothes for donation. Seeing all these clothes go away (some that have been worn minimally) makes me want to re-evaluate my purchasing habits. I might do a restricted shopping budget next month to help prioritize my purchases and curb spending.
It’s as good a time as ever, since with my new job I can wear casual clothes more often. This opens up a whole area of my closet that was usually restricted to weekends, so I get to mix and match my clothes in a new way.
I mean, breaking your closet with the weight of your clothes really makes you wonder about your shopping hobby!
Do you swap out clothes with the seasons? If so, what are some tips to make it easier?
Top – exact
Vest – similar
Jeans – exact
Boots – exact
Purse – exact
Sunglasses – similar
Bracelets – similar