Reconnecting

Why hello there, friends! It’s been a while. I’ve been doing a lot of reflecting over the holidays, and realized that I actually missed blogging. And for 2020, I’ve resolved to do more of what I enjoy. It’s going to take a lot of planning, but I’m going to make a valid effort to try and make this work. After all, good and rewarding things don’t come easy. Am I right?

Babaton Isaac Cowl Neck Camisole (similar) (similar) / Babaton Quentin Pant / Ann Taylor Azra Pump (sold out, bow version here) / Zara plaid coat / Celine Faye Shoulder Bag

I’m always on the hunt for a great camel-colored pant but I still haven’t quite figured out my preferred length for a slightly cropped, straight bottoms. I’ve always felt the cut was a bit awkward for me in the BR Avery pant (maybe the length?), but I am quite the fan of these Babaton trousers.

The camisole is a recent purchase, from Aritzia. Camis are really trendy right now, but you can’t go wrong with a camisole. Opt for either a cowl neck or flat front, they are classic piece worthy of stashing in your closet for the long-term.

As I try to get a handle on this blogging stuff again, I welcome any suggestions as to what you’d like to see. Work EOTDs? Casual EOTDs? Posts on life, in general? Drop me a note!

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6 Comments

  1. Sunny January 6, 2020

    Welcome back! Gorgeous classic pieces, I love this outfit.

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    • Cher January 8, 2020

      Thank you, Sunny!!

      Reply
  2. Evy January 6, 2020

    Happy New Year Cher! Great to see you again. I am already coveting the JCrew long sheath dress featured in your Recent Purchases =).

    Regarding content, in addition to what you’re already doing, perhaps an occasional post about skin and hair care for women in their 40s (as I am)?

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    • Cher January 8, 2020

      That’s a great idea, thanks Evy!

      Reply
  3. Faith January 6, 2020

    Yea! Sleek and classic as always. Anything you want to share would be great.
    from your long-time (silent) reader

    Reply

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