And by “safari” I mean “greenhouse.”
It’s the season (using that term loosely because who knows how much longer we’ll have seasons) for transitional layers, right? I mean it’s like 45 degrees one day, 75 the next, and then a blizzard hits! While I’m not trying to impart any legendary wisdom here, I am here to preach the usefulness of many “light” layers. In this instance I started with what I believe to be the perfect-shade-of-grey jeans (from Industry Standard — WHERE ELSE?) and a Université de la Sorbonne t-shirt (which came into my possession not through any sort of attendance at the school, but rather by way of my annual visit to a thrift store a few years ago). And because it’s still jacket szn (that’s how college students spell “season” FYI, I don’t know why), a jean jacket is ~required~. Add a vest just for good measure. My barely-there little suede shoes are by Hobes. I don’t think I’d recommend wearing them for a real safari but they make extremely comfortable travel companions on campus, through airports, and in greenhouses.
That’s all for my *lewk*.