Ooh, fall clothes!
Fall/Winter clothes, really.
My favorite season. Honestly, I’m pretty inspired by a stack of scarves and a pair of riding boots.
But! This will eventually accompany a video about my wardrobe, so here we go.
Let’s be realistic- this sums up what I would wear on a daily basis. Black skinny pants, chambray shirt, brown riding boots, scarf, sweater, simple earrings, chunky watch.
Where I found this! And this!
Since I bought some rain boots for myself, and I have a poncho-esque garment, this will probably make an appearance. I don’t carry a handbag, and that’s definitely not a practical way to use an umbrella, but it’s just an inspiration photo, right? The second photo is less of a stretch, essentially just substituting my rain boots for riding boots in my normal outfits.
I wear a lot more pants in the fall and winter. As in, in summer I keep out two pair of pants in my capsule and I occasionally wear one of them. In winter, I have more like 5 pair of pants that I wear almost every day. (I don’t believe in leggings AS pants, but I love me a tunic and leggings.)
If I do wear a dress, it’s probably like this, plus leggings. I have never figured out in what climate it is appropriate to wear riding boots and a scarf with bare legs. But I recently got a chambray dress (at Goodwill, for $1.99!) so this is going to be in heavy rotation.
So there we go! Three major “lobes” to my fall/winter meal planning. All designed for a mom who wear real clothes (no gym clothes here!) but are easily washable, appropriate for a Midwest fall/winter, and transitional from nursing to not. (What? Crewneck shirts? Where have you been for the last year of my life?)
Stay tuned for an accompanying video of my fall/winter capsule wardrobe!