Five Things for Spring
I spent part of the weekend cleaning out my closet and dresser in an attempt to get a jump on spring cleaning–what better way to spend part of a long weekend? (There are many better ways, haha, but now I feel cautiously optimistic that spring is on the horizon!) I’ve been taking note, as I went through my clothes, to see what gaps there are in my wardrobe for spring. Here are the five things that are on my list for the upcoming warm weather!
Low espadrilles: I have a pair of higher navy espadrilles, but have been searching for a good neutral pair with a low or a flat heel, and these from Castañer fit the bill. My other pair* is also from Castañer, and they have held up so well over the years of fairly constant use.
Navy dress: I wear a lot of navy, especially when it’s spring. I have one great navy dress, but it’s showing its age, and it’s on the more casual side. I love this dress from CK Bradley, a forever-favorite shop!
Tennis dress: I have had my eye on this tennis dress from Hedge for years, and now that I’m hoping to start playing more regularly again, this is topping my list for upcoming purchases. It’s comfortable enough to wear on the court and elegant enough to wear for lunch after!
New tennis shoes: Speaking of tennis, I need new tennis shoes. I’ve worn Tretorns most of my life, but after my most recent pair wore out, I tried Bensimons instead. I liked the look of them, but I find Tretorns* offer better support for me on the court, so back to the classics I go!
New pyjamas: There’s nothing like a crisp, matching set of pyjamas, and my friend Quincy reminded me how much I loved the Petite Plume pyjamas I bought for my family for Christmas this year (and also how a matching set of white pyjamas makes you feel like Elizabeth James from The Parent Trap–she’s a forever style icon for me!) A new matching set of pyjamas for spring would be wonderful, as it seems as though all my pyjamas are flannel. I love this set from Petite Plume (Elizabeth James style, definitely!) and this set from Heidi Carey, which is so cheerful!
What are you shopping for this spring?
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