I’ve got two unofficial uniforms – one workday (printed skirt, crewneck sweater, statement earrings, heels) and one weekend (distressed jeans, slouchy button down, sunglasses, crossbody bag). The thing is.. a uniform doesn’t have to be boring.
More than anything, I’m a creature of habit. It’s why I actually enjoy things like a strict half marathon training schedule and why I’m perfectly content to wear the same worn in denim jacket day after day (you guys know the one.. here, here, and here too – sorry, not sorry). But it’s good to shake up the routine every now and then.
After several beautiful Spring days here in New York, I have zero weather complaints. Even if it means a rainy day here and there. All the better to test out this new waterproof jacket with a cute striped lining, I say! My hair.. on the other hand.. has a different opinion about the rain.
After last weekend’s trip the the Mad Men Exhibit, Adam and I couldn’t help but start re-watching the series from the beginning. And likewise, I couldn’t help but let some of that early-60’s style influence my Sunday outfit.
When Adam and I set out on Sunday for a walk through Central Park, we were headed somewhere different entirely (in search of Bow Bridge to be exact). But as a shortcut we decided to pass by the Bethesda Fountain and Terrace. And suddenly, we took one look at the beautiful mosaics and grand archways and another look at my outfit – printed palazzo pants and tassel accessories – and stopped in our tracks.