Many people – myself included – do quarterly closet evaluations and purges. And because changing weather prompts us to reconsider our wardrobes, these activities typically take place as the seasons are beginning to change. Which is fine. Looking at your winter or spring items with fresh eyes after a year of not-wearing them can give you great perspective, and you can often tell at a glance if you’ve outgrown or out-evolved certain pieces.
But there is also a lot to be said for doing your purges mid-season. Including:
Originally posted 2013-12-12 06:22:44.
I’ve been traveling more this year than in years past, and since packing posts always seem to garner lots of interest, I thought I’d start sharing my packing plans for recent trips. Naturally, I never pack without the aid of my feline assistants, shown above.
I’ve traveled to New York in the summer several years in a row, and although we experience 100-degree days and high humidity here in Minneapolis, I must say that it doesn’t compare to the temps and heat index I’ve experienced in NYC. A few summers back I got heat rash. All over my abdomen. Other summers, I just suffered. The buildings and subways are air-conditioned, but the sheer amount of unavoidable walking that takes place while visiting New York means that lightweight, breathable garments are essential. So, as you’ll see, I went for washable, sleeveless dresses. Exclusively.
Originally posted 2013-08-09 06:24:14.