Wednesday, September 13, 2017
"falling" (or starting to "fall"). the last time that i can remember starting to wear fall/winter clothes this early was when i was in uni. then, i relished starting out the school year with a brand new fall outfit, no matter the weather. i am not sure what it is about this september that has made me want to pull out fall/winter clothes sooner (rather than later). in any event, here i go with another autumn/winter of dressing. starting with some rundholz clothes from last autumn/winter ... and some new rundholz boots.
i am wearing rundholz mainline a/w 2017 (shoes) and rundholz black label a/w 2016 (top, jacket and skirt).
Saturday, September 2, 2017
i waited for the right moment to wear this top: a cooler summer day. it finally arrived.
i am wearing rundholz mainline s/s 2017 (shoes) and rundholz dip s/s 2017 (top and trousers).
Wednesday, August 30, 2017
i am wearing rundholz mainline s/s 2017 (harness and shoes) and rundholz black label s/s 2017 (dress and jacket).
Saturday, August 26, 2017
oh no i didn't! oh yes i did! i mean ... how could i not ... get the glasses? and i have to say, made of leather, they feel awesome on! i am looking forward to getting my prescription lenses put in them.
i am wearing rundholz mainline s/s 2017 (glasses and shoes) and rundholz dip s/s 2017 (dress, jacket and trousers).
Thursday, August 24, 2017
a week or so ago, i rearranged my "closets". (i say "closets" because i have multiple locations in my place where i store clothing. sadly, for me, i don't have one "storeroom" where all my clothes, shoes, bags, etc. reside). i used to store my "wardrobe" by season (a/w and s/s) and within seasons by colour. if i had multiple "seasons" of one label (within a season), these were not stored separately. the recent reorganization was driven by the fact that, now, i own mostly rundholz clothing (very little else) and mostly black rundholz clothing. so here is how my "wardrobe" is now arranged: by "rundholz season" -- all s/s 2017 is together, regardless of colour, all a/w 2016 is together, regardless of colour, all s/s 2016 is together, regardless of colour, etc., all the way back to s/s 2014. maybe it's irrational, but i feel like, now, it is so much easier to get dressed.
i am wearing rundholz mainline s/s 2017 (shoes) and rundholz black label s/s 2017 (dress).
Tuesday, August 22, 2017
i am wearing rundholz mainline s/s 2017 (harness and shoes) and rundholz black label s/s 2017 (top, sweater vest, jacket and trousers).
Sunday, August 20, 2017
some time ago, i may have mentioned that i have embarked on a campaign to make myself "more buff". this has entailed working out four times a week more than previously (which was four times a week) and adding different workouts than i did previously. working out as often as this means i spend a lot of time wearing (not to mention, laundering) workout clothes and "athleisure" (which for me means clothes that are like workout clothes (e.g., "track pants", "track jackets" and skirts and dresses made of "workout friendly" material) that i wear to and from my workouts). super comfortable. but there is this one small problem: when i get used to wearing workout gear and "athleisure", i seem to forget how to dress casually wearing my "regular" clothing. this was outfit number four for a trip to the "summer fair" (and one of the four outfits was an "athleisure" one). now, i am not saying that one can't wear "athleisure" other than to take one to and from a workout. but, radical though i am when it comes to the look of my clothing, i still like to compartmentalize my outfits in a fairly traditional manner. maybe because i have so many clothes -- it seems a waste, for example, to have denim (which i can't wear to work, nor can i workout in it) and not take the opportunity to wear it on a casual weekend outing because i would rather live in my workout clothes.
i am wearing rundholz black label s/s 2017 (overalls, cardi and shoes).