Styling a 1940s style cropped crew neck cardigan

I saw the Crewneck Cable Cardigan from Something Navy at Nordstrom (non-affiliate link, as usual) and HAD TO HAVE IT. It combines some of my very favorite things in clothing, which are orange, cable knit, vintage inspired style, and OVERSIZED BUTTONS. I immediately bought it and it's super soft and a nice moderate warmth (it's … Continue reading Styling a 1940s style cropped crew neck cardigan

Outfit Feature: Storybook Style, “Fall in California” edition

In continuing my celebration of fall while living somewhere where the temp reaching 75F in the afternoon is common though November, I have two looks that feel very fall but are nice to wear in mild weather. (And without any chunky sweaters!) When adapting a fall aesthetic to less traditionally fall appropriate items, I identify … Continue reading Outfit Feature: Storybook Style, “Fall in California” edition

Guide to Creating Wearable Witchy Outfits

In celebration of the last week of October, aka my favorite week for fashion, I wrote a guide to creating wearable witchy outfits! Yeah, the last one of these theme discussions I did was back in June and also witch themed, but the next couple of posts will be more generic how-I-style-item sorts of things … Continue reading Guide to Creating Wearable Witchy Outfits

How to Look Older in Casual Clothes: Case studies with a graphic tee and a tulle skirt

[source: wikimedia] Sometimes you want to dress up, but sometimes you just want to wear your favorite pullover. As usual, in any discussion of how to look older in casual clothes I always start out by linking to the OG Extra Petite blog post How to Look Older in Casual Attire.  She did an excellent … Continue reading How to Look Older in Casual Clothes: Case studies with a graphic tee and a tulle skirt