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Step into my new office: the outdoors. Here is my work from home look, because I am quite literally working on a home!
For those of you who have been following me or know me personally, you know that I never wear jeans. For all of you wonderful newcomers (thank you for being here by the way), the reason is they are uncomfortable. Denim is to be worn only when doing physical labour. Which brings me to this news. I am finding my bearings in this jeans look, because I just bought a farm! And a forest. And a house. I will have vlogs and blogs coming out each week on how everything unfolded.
Today, I wanted to share with you my new uniform. The Uniform on my blog will be changing this season. You will see these on my channel really soon. Styles I am currently searching for are quality jeans, dungarees, work shoes, sun hats, gloves, aprons, sundresses, outdoor hosting tools, indoor everything, the works.
All the outside working clothes, because I am going to be renovating a house, running a farm with tons of animals – starting with chickens, rebuilding multiple barns and horse stables, and then finally building an entirely new house from scratch.
This post was sponsored by Misook. Founded by Misook Doolittle women’s clothes for women. That’s a recurring theme on my channel with several garments in The Uniform. These are clothes I wear everyday, and brands I cannot live without. Click around. Have fun. I am adding this design to my everyday wardrobe.
I have worn this sweater for the past three days. It does not matter if you are a repeat-offender as long as you are wearing a natural fibre as cashmere. This is a 100% cashmere sweater, because I am always wearing cashmere. Drink every time I say cashmere. It is breathable and antimicrobial, preventing the spread of bacteria.
I was also looking for something that is a classic fit, because every turtleneck I have is a crop cut, fitted, or the colour of a highlighter. I need to be able to move around when working, along with a hue that is more toned down. If I am out in the sun, I do not want to blind anyone.
Tiffany G, a fabulous longtime viewer shared this in a comment, “I see growth in your fashion from previous videos. I have changed my wardrobe as well this past year. I had fun in my early twenties but now I dress more modestly.” Thank you for growing me, Tiffany. It means the world. I am not alone.
In my last video, I shared how dressing conservatively has its charms, and you can be yourself. You can put your arms up without worrying about a wardrobe malfunction. I am 28 now, I do not mind sharing my age. Dressing scandalously is out of my system in all areas of my wardrobe. Misook styles are timeless and elegant, really elevating the way you dress. Their clothes are on the more formal side.
Formal clothes make you act differently, and stand a bit taller. If you notice, even when gentlemen wear a suit, they do not manspread as much. It makes you act respectfully when you care about your appearance being of high value. I put this sweater on, and even though it’s casual, my shoulders dropped. It is what I was searching for for a while now, because I feel the everyday luxury. After saving for this land, I am slowly turning all my cotton pyjamas into silk and cashmere everyday wear. Countryside style outfits in the English and the American style are also some hauls I will introduce.
This is another thing I pointed out in a recent blog post that clothes that are trendy are horribly made, and are within most young adults’ budgets. Designs that are impeccable are for women who married rich and do not need to work. For instance, a beautiful Oscar De La Renta dress I would want to wear to work starts at $8,000. By the time you are making that kind of money to burn on a dress, you do not need to show your face in the office everyday like most of us.
I have been seeking non stop online at every luxury retailer (Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, Net-A-Porter, Moda Operandi, Vestiaire Collective, Fashionphile, Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s) for good quality clothes starting at a certain budget. But there is this weird gap that is affordable and trendy. Then entry level basic luxuries starting at about $1,000. And finally, $11,000 gowns to wear once to a charity dinner. What is this limbo? I found the solution: Misook.
They have the Angelina Jolie flowy minimalism with the elegant feminine details of Amal Alamuddin Clooney. It is another level of dressing that I am currently studying and living in this part of my life. It definitely does not feel like a phase, because I only shop for things I plan on keeping forever. As in handing down to my loved ones, because the style is just that timeless.
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