So last week I confessed to my more, shall we say, casual attire here in New Mexico, but on the days that I do get myself dressed, the above lineup is my go-to. Partly because I didn’t pack very much for what I thought was going to be a much shorter stay, and partly because, well, it’s easy and comfortable and let’s be honest, cool-enough-looking to get by (especially out here in the boondocks). Reliable. You can click through for the details–the only difference is the sweater I wear used to belong to P and my handful of grey tees come from all over–otherwise, it’s all legitimately what I’m wearing right now (at least until I get changed into my p.j.s).
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