And finally, gray coat. This actually fills a niche for me; I need a coat of this weight in this color scheme. The one I have already is camel brown, which I don’t feel goes with everything.
Everything is machine washable.
Everything save the gray coat is under $100.
I’m thinking everything.
Light windbreaker thing. You might think, eh, pretty utilitarian, nothing special, but it feels GREAT. Cozy and warm and fitted. Good for chilly rain showers.
OMG, rust-colored padded jacket. Fits like a dream. LOVE.
Hoodie. Appeals to my I’m-not-really-50 side.
I asked for outerwear this time.
Coats & jackets are my weakess, like some women like shoes, just so you know.
Anyway here is a long beautiful sweater. Intricately patterned; smooth, soft, & drapey feel.
It’s one of those things that is beautiful in theory; but is it flattering?
Categorizable as a sundress, but not a milligram of cotton in it. This is poly. I would not wear it in a casual way; as the poly would make it uncomfortable during summer weather; it is too sexy for the office, and I have maybe one occasion per year where I want to be dressy outside of work, and said occasion may or may not happen on a hot summer day. I would never wear this. I love it. But I would never wear it. I already have other things I might wear on the 0.5 hot summer days per year I want to dress up. Adieu, lovely little dress.
Tee-shirt dress. This fix, I asked for shorts, and cotton sundresses. This material is majority but by no means entirely cotton. It is also not a sundress. Xopher said the pattern reminded him of Ernie, as in Ernie & Bert. I would never wear this. I have several times bought Stitch Fix items outside of my zone, that I strongly suspected I would never wear; told myself to stretch a little, start wearing something different. After one time, I never wear the thing again. So I told myself I have to learn to say no, be realistic. So this one is going back.