i swear i am trying not to browse the internet, but i'm sick right now and trying to work hurts my brain.
i can't remember how i came across calypso, but they have some really nice 'effortless chic' items i'd love to add into my wardrobe.
antik batik short suede boots in grey or tan.
i'm due for another pair of repetto flats, and i love this smokey grey colour
linen t-shirts. yes!
my drycleaner saved my apc mariner, but i still wouldn't mind having an alternate from st james
these look like something my mom would wear, but mme emanuelle alt made me think about cargos in a new way, and i've been secretly looking for a pair
in light of my recent closet organization, i've also been thinking about how i take care of my wardrobe. i think repair and maintenance is important, so i've been trying to take inventory of what needs repairing or mending (especially footwear) and getting it done. as i said in a previous post, it's my personal opinion that it shows a certain respect for your belongings to take care of them and store them in a respectful manner. these thoughts were actually the result of a visit to the art gallery for a viewing of golden-age dutch paintings. it really got me thinking about "things" and how things are made to last, or not last, and how we take care of them, or don't. possessions were cherished and passed down. now days it seems hardly anything is considered sacred (except maybe a hermes bag) anyway, just flu-induced rambling...
also, somebody asked what book i'm reading. i'm reading sherlock holmes at the moment.