Oops, sorry for the tardy post. I kept reminding myself to write up the post when I had time and scheduled it, but I never had time, and before I knew it, it was already Wednesday and past the time my posts usually go live. Usually I would write all the posts during the weekend and just schedule them for the week, but as I said, work has been so busy lately that my weekends were spent catching up on other works and errands I didn’t do during the week, and blogging is never very high on my to-do list.
Oh well. Next week I’m going wrap up all the end-of-semester work and head into the new semester, so things should calm down by then. In the meantime, here’s something a bit different because I don’t want it to look like I wear that brown tweed blazer all the time. I occasionally wear my other tweed blazer too.
Here’s my outfit inspired by Rebecca Stead’s When You Reach Me. It’s definitely the best out of the three books I read last month, and also the easiest to translate into an outfit as well. The story takes place in the winter of 1978, so I chose my wide-leg jeans and striped turtleneck to mimic a 1970’s style. Then I topped it off with my herringbone jacket and this ceramic brooch, because… the pattern looks kind of mysterious and time-travel-y? I don’t know, I just like it. (And shut up, “time-travel-y” is totally a word.)
Jeans: H&M, Turtleneck & Boots: local shops, Jacket: tailor, Brooch: vintage
It’s always the case – the last look of a weekly capsule is the least interesting of the bunch, because by that time I’ve run out of ideas to put together a blog-worthy outfit, so I just grab whatever I haven’t paired together yet and called it a day. And today I have another excuse of being sick (sore throat + a touch of upset stomach, not a great combination).
Sweatshirt: local shop, Jeans: H&M (hand-me-down), Boots: Betts
Anyway, here are all the looks for this week:
That also concludes my first month of weekly capsules, and I think I did OK. A quick recount shows I got 18 outfits out of 26 pieces, which isn’t too bad considering all the layering, but I’m wondering how well this idea will pan out in the warmer months, when you can’t re-wear certain pieces like shirts and dresses because of sweat. I guess we’ll find out.