Over on the sugarmamma.tv blog I’m writing about 4 different sources of style inspiration.
Happy Monday to you all! I think I may have mentioned before how much I love these Country Road chambray pants (now sold out unfortunately).
You’d have reason to think that, after doing the wardrobe edit, that I’d be left with enough clothes that would suffice as a capsule wardrobe.
In the mid 90s I found a pair of denim culottes my mum wore in the 80s.
I’ve been obsessed with the blog Unfancy since I discovered it two years ago, and have often thought about starting a capsule wardrobe – the concept of having a minimal closet to save time on outfit selection (as well as having a more organised wardrobe space) really appealed to the slightly OCD side of myself.
I’ve written a post on sugarmamma.tv on the 1o ways to wear a chambray shirt, and it inspired me to share my favourite way to wear it – with leather, specifically black leather.
Not so long ago I would balk at the idea of paying a lot of money for jeans. I figured, most jeans are designed for those 5’4″ and above and I’d have to cut off a good chunk for them to fit me lengthwise, plus factor in the cost of a tailor (if I couldn’t be bothered hemming them myself),…
OK so I will freely admit that I wear jeans A LOT. It’s basically my second skin, and I would probably wear them every freakin’ day if I could sew them onto myself.
My personal outfit and style posts can be found on my Instagram account @5.foot.style so if you’re interested in seeing what I wear on a daily basis please follow me!
via Instagram: @kirstyashestyle I just participated in my first #stylechallenge on Instagram with @mumscloset_au and @kirstyashestyle. The Basics Check-In Challenge involves assessing your wardrobe, looking for the essential basics for spring/summer (tee, shoes, dress, swimwear, handbag, and accessories) getting rid of anything that hasn’t been worn or used for a long time/is unrepairable/doesn’t fit anymore, and if need be, replacing it…