Today I´ve bee doing some thinking about my closet as I was reading and thinking about it according to Colette´s wardrobe architecture. I´ve been thinking about my silouettes, my choise of patterns, my colors, and a lot more, I already decided to toss some things....
I live in a climat that can be very cold in the winter...or not...and can be very hot in the summer...usually not... and I work in a poorly air conditioned place that has 3 different climate zones. and then I like to travel....and also add that I´m 55 and have some issues with side effects from my anti cancer pills that I will take for another 5 years...and I´m very thankful for that,sligtly sweathy but thankful!
I like layering! Cardigans are my best friend! I also like to wear leggings but I don´t think they do anything to an outfit but they keep me cosy on the coach and warm while getting to work an also cosy during night shifts.
Sarai seperate the colors in neutrals, almost neutrals, statement and metallics.
I decided that my neutrals are:
Grey, all 50 shades...
Navy ( an almost neutral according to Sarai, but since it´s an important color to me I treat it as a neutral
Dark Brown ( stepping away from this since I fell in love with black...)
Pink! Everything exept the lightest shades and as a breast cancer survivar I have a right to everything pink and I even own the pink SMEG refrigirator!!!!....
Purple, dark purple not the lilac kind
I have to edit here and add red, I don´t like red clothes but adore red shoes....
I actually prefer gold and bronze but on the other hand I like to do silver smithing
Then it comes to prints I basically like everything that´s adult looking and my real love is a good texture, linen has a nice texture but wrinkles....but there are other weaves that are interesting. I´ve been looking at Linton tweeds and decided to buy a meter and make myself a skirt and I´m going for pink and want to match it with a Bohus cardigan, a Chanel suit is not for me....
I was in Toronto last week and my fabric purses was actually very good; i bought an off white shirting for a blouse, a black rayon for two basic tops, a grey denim becourse I read that that´s what french women where wearing and a navy "winter jersey" for a skirt. ( More on fabric shopping in Toronto later.....