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Style Dtour: Boston

     As I've mentioned before, I like to souvenir shop at secondhand clothing stores when I am traveling in a new city. This time it was Boston and I was pretty pleased with what I found. I was also incredibly pleased with the Boston museums. I had a chance to visit the Isabella Stewart Gardner and the Museum of Fine Arts and highly recommend both of them. At the MFA, your ticket allows you to go back to the museum within 10 days, and I wish I'd had time to squeeze in another visit. It is a really large museum and I made the mistake of going there the first time around dinner, so my stomach eventually won out over my desire to stay longer and see the whole collection.
Diane Von Furstenberg 

Conference Me In

    I flew to a conference last week (and forgot to remove my name-tag in some of the photos) so I was forced to plan my outfits out ahead of time. It was in Boston and I basically under-packed for the weather. I wish I had brought one extra layer to put over a sweater/ underneath my coat. I wish even more that I had brought a hat. Next time.
     First up, my solution to standing out in a sea of black suiting:
Linen Pants
Sweater | 360 Cashmere
Pants | Halogen
Shoes | Coclico Arya

Don't Worry, Be Yonce

Dress | Thakoon    ||    Jacket | BlankNYC
                                                                             Top | Banana Republic (secondhand)
                                                                     Jeans | Rag and Bone (secondhand)
     I fell out of the planned outfit rhythm last week, and so there isn't much to write about. (Maybe just asking why I felt it was necessary to wear such a skinny belt with those jeans? Especially because they didn't do a lot to hold them up.) There were some unexpected meetings and then weather issues, so I mostly just went jeans and a sweater. 
     As such, I decided to do a Monday night link list, because why not? I'm back at it this week though, dressing for a conference.

For your start-of-week perusal:
1. It might not be my personal home decor taste, but I loved this: These Maximalist Sisters Live Together in a Color Explosion (A Cup of Jo).

Almost 2015

Blazer | Theory
Shirt | Madewell
Skirt | See by Chloe
       I was trying to figure out if there is a common thread (chuckle) that runs through these three outfits, and it came so close to being 2015. The jacket below: purchased in 2015. The dress at the bottom: purchased in 2015. Unfortunately, this first outfit thwarts us, because that blazer? 2014, baby. Honestly, I feel like the overarching themes of this blog are 1. sarcasm, 2. navy and 3. never get rid of any clothing - just keep them until you run out of closet space and then try to think of other creative places in your apartment to put them. I mean, what else are you really doing with the space under the bed?