I Miss You
A glitch in my photo library revealed thousands of pictures I’ve taken over the years. I’ve been documenting my wardrobe for ages so it was fun to see some pieces that I no longer have.
I have no regrets when it comes to purging — I bought them because they were fun or interesting and I got rid of them because they didn’t fit anymore (like the pink and green tweed coat pictured above) or were made of a material that didn’t quite breathe (like the Alfred Sung Star sweater pictured up top).
And there are pieces that I simply wore out, like this vintage skirt and long cardigan. Knits can be hard to maintain.
thers, like this Cèline sweater and Marimekko shirt dress, we’re a bad fit because red just isn’t my colour, no matter how badly I want it to be.
And then there are things that the moths destroyed, like this long Pendleton skirt. I was so mad!
One day, when I’m a millionaire, I will find someone to remake these garments for me (but in the right size, colour and fabric, of course). In the meantime I can revisit them here.