This is my fourth day in a row wearing a khaki skirt and a blue shirt. No one has noticed. I did tell my workmate Darcy. She was surprised I had so many khaki skirts. “Blue shirts,” she said, “that’s understandable.” (Or was it the other way around?) Next week, I’m thinking of wearing only black skirts or pants and white shirts.
I wish I had Diane Keaton’s style, that classy thrift-store chic.
At the beginning of the week, I thought, If I wore a uniform, I wouldn’t have to decide what to wear in the morning. That’s why I started this Same Outfit/Different Day. I got tired of being creative in my wardrobe.
I took this picture just now in our 14th floor
Ladies Women’s Room. I heard you look thinner if you turn sideways and point your front foot. I was very embarrassed to be taking a picture of myself, and I hoped that no one walked into the Women’s Room while I was doing this.
By the way, the shirt is a hand-me-up from my son. A neighbor gave my 14-year old a lot of clothes. He didn’t like this shirt so I took it. The shoes are from a thrift store. The skirt is old, from Macy’s. I love the pearls, a Christmas gift years ago from my father and his lady friend (whom I consider my step mother). I guess I have a Diane Keaton upscale thrift-store chic too.
6 thoughts on “Same Outfit/Different Day”
yes, you do. Also, wearing the same thing all the time leaves room and energy for creativity in other places! That’s why I wear the same thing all the time, too!
I never noticed that you wear the same thing all the time… I guess you accessorize well!
Oh MB you look cute in whatever you have on. I agree, uniforms made life easier
Thanks! And you always look cute too. I come from an extended family that has style, what can I say?
That’s a great idea/experiment! And yes, it was the khaki skirts that surprised me (not the blue shirts). I think maybe planning my wardrobe is one of my only creative outlets these days—need to work on that!
And you really accessorize well too! Keep being creative!