Sure you can put it away and wait for the right weather to use it, but why wait?


I just love sales. Like I mean, love it. If you look up the word sales in the dictionary, associated pictures will probabably look something like this.

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No I’m just pulling your leg. But unfortunately, purchasing for the winter can be a slight problem when the only immediate timeframe in which you can actually wear them is in the summer. Sure you can put it away and wait for the right weather to use it, but why wait?

And I like a challenge. Jumping out of my comfort zone, Like layering? While I would probably look more in place next to a snowman with my past attempts, I figured practice makes perfect. Even more so when you accidentally buy it in a size too big, combined with unforeseen circumstance of losing a little mass over the course of your winter holiday.

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So I guess the trick to summer layering – keep it simple and bare skin to the minimum. Extra fabric movement means more wind time.

Does anyone have any other suggestions for other types of dress you can wear in the summer that do not threaten a sunburn or nip slip for non-existent chests like I do? It’s getting harder to hide my bruises sustained from walking into things.

Grey ribbed turtleneck (substitute available here) – Three of Something Seven Stars Maxi DressChuck Taylor All Star Classic ColorThe Keepcup Brew Cork Edition in Filter