First, for those who were losing sleep over it, my neighbors finally got rid of the Christmas deer head. With the warmer weather, it was looking more Halloweeny…the black crows were everywhere.
I have a few more things in my closet. I did pull out some older things to make room. Who knew I was a sock hoarder. I live in the south, shit you're lucky I wear shoes. However, I have a ton of socks and you would not believe the "hosiery" I have collected.
My First Net a Porter purchase:
Duffy Draped Cashmere Cardigan, size L
Bunch of money (but I had gift cards).
I know, not quite the same impact. This one was free with my coupons!
They arrived on the same day.
Guess which is which.
Should be easy now.
I have enough black tissue paper for years now.
Let's review sweater first.
There were tags everywhere. A bit longer in front. Very soft, light weight but warm.
Detail at shoulder and the length of arm at the bottom. look harder you'll see what I'm trying to get at. The arms are just the right width…not tight..for my Madonna biceps.
Detail trim at the front.
At the bottom.
And the neck.
Now the shirt..
Told you I had them. My bicep seems to have fallen slightly to my tricep area. Anyway, the sleeves are different but this is an exercise shirt.
The girls are quite demur.
I liked the tag.
The shirt was on sale…but I got for free (of course I spent money to get the coupons, sigh). Not even worth the sale price in my opinion. I like it, but I could have gotten at Kmart for $10. The sweater I really do like. Just not sure if I am a waterfall sweater person. I think the girls may be a bit big for this style. Awful lot of money for something I am not totally in love with. But…I now know a $300 sweater and it is remarkably better made, tailored, trimmings, etc. It's hanging in my closet, just not sure if it's staying.