|Black Peacoat Steve Madden | Black Shirley Top Splendid | Adel Skater Skirt Search for Sanity | Black Wool Felt Fedora Hat Express (here) | Annalie Helinski Crown Stud Bracelet Adia Kibur | Estelle Charm Bracelet Noir Lux | Gold Leather Wrap Tassel Bracelet E. Kammeyer Accessories | Play The Wild Card Words of Wisdom Bracelet Kate Spade (here) | Athena Cuff Ring Gorjana via Rocksbox | Harleey Black Booties Circus by Sam Edelman (here) | Cedar Street Black Tote Kate Spade (here) | Le Rouge Lipstick 307 Grenat Initie Givenchy (here)|
Today's blog post title may sound a little philosophical, but it is actually the name of a brand. I am wearing a Search for Sanity skirt and it was in my latest LE TOTE box. Using LE TOTE, I have been introduced to labels I have never heard of before, but it makes me wish I had! I love the subtle pattern on the navy skirt and, although you can't see it, I like the thin faux leather waistband it has.
I opted to wear this skirt with the Splendid black top and Crown Stud Bracelet that also came in my latest TOTE. I recently came across the Circus by Sam Edelman boots and Steve Madden Coat on Poshmark and got them at a great price. I love all of the detail in this outfit, but the boots are definitely my favorite.
This past month I feel I haven't set aside as much time as I'd like to for blogging, but on the bright side I have made a lot of progress addressing some other ongoing projects. The battle of reducing the number of items in my closet continues, and the pile of items I have is gradually thinning out. I used to spend more time blogging on the weekends because I would be home alone unless I went to visit my family in Salinas for the weekend. Armando started working at the same office as I do, and now has weekends off. While he does get around to doing homework, it is nice that we finally can spend more time together and work on other projects together. For example, on Sunday we went to the city to pick up some shelves I bought in order to replace some short shelves part of a Ikea headboard that I unofficially converted into a makeshift shoe holder.
I am pretty excited about it and am working on arranging and rearranging the shoes and bags I own in there until I am happy with it. I always knew I owned a lot, but it made me realize how nice things can look when you have the space to display them. I also noted how many items I probably don't need, so there is a good chance I'll be adding even more items for sale on my Poshmark closet. Once I am satisfied, I will definitely be sharing some pictures. (It feels like something out of Pinterest, and I am so grateful to Armando for helping me pickup the shelves and putting it all together.)