Considering it’s felt like Fall in San Francisco, when it’s really Summer in Chicago, my wardrobe has taken an unexpected turn as of late. When I should be wearing shorts and sandals, I’ve ended up in pants and loafers…but at least I have this sweet sequin situation happening that makes up for it all.
If you follow me on Instagram, you probably think my closet only consists of five things (seven, max) because I’m one of those people who tends to wear the same pieces over and over (and over) again. I don’t believe in the whole “I was photographed in it once so I can never wear it again” mentality (I’ve even called myself out for being a repeat offender right here on CCF) because if you own things you love (bonus if they’re comfortable) why not wear the hell out of ‘em? So today, I thought I’d share with you my go-to items…and why I consider them to be summer must haves.
With Father’s Day just around the corner, I thought it would be the perfect time to talk dads, how their fashion may or may not inspire us and some menswear inspired styles you can wear this spring/summer.
On this kinda cold and dreary hump day, I thought it would be fun to play a little game called “what if?” And who knows…if you guys are into it, maybe I can make it a monthly thing.
So the first in this [potential] series — today I’m asking the question what if your wardrobe could only consist of five things?
The way we get dressed is such a personal thing. Unless you have to wear a uniform everyday, there’s an entire thought process that is choosing an outfit. Of course this process differs depending on the occasion (for example, you’ll probably spend more time on putting together a look for a wedding as opposed to what you’ll wear running errands on the weekend). But how exactly do we go about this? Have you ever really thought about it? Let’s go ahead and break down the art of getting dressed.