“a wind has blown the rain away and blown the sky away and all the leaves away, and the trees stand. i think, i too, have known autumn too long.” // e.e. cummings
it feels as if as soon as the chill swept in, there was ushered in the sartorial equivalent of planting spring in cement.
i understand, it’s difficult to say goodbye, it’s hard to break course from sunshine and temps that keep us dressed in summer dresses and bare legs to nubby coats, woolen snoods that keep noses from icebergs, cashmere boy-shorts worn over cotton fleece tights, to socks over those, to mitts, to toques, to scarves, to… oh my.
i get it.
but think of the entrance you could make – layers for miles could unearth an eternal spring.
there’s no snow-cover, we’ve only had one day under 0°C, and most days are spent indoors. wear what you will; florals, bare legs, flats – no matter the weather, you can always wear something over/under.
➝ source : leather appliqué overcoat via delpozo
➝ source : embroidered check top via scanlon theodore
➝ source : belgravia ballerinas via aquazzura