Here we go! Day 2 of the fall 10×10 Challenge.
I think I've found my 10 pieces! Hurray!
I was feeling super motivated this morning, so even before cooking breakfast, we went outside to shoot this look on our street.
Today is trash pick-up day, so there where trucks circling our neighborhood during the whole session. I wonder what they thought about us. Do you also get uncomfortable when you shoot on the street?
My Day 2 Outfit
Same shoes, more layers, and colors.
Another laid-back outfit. For those of you who knew me before I moved to the US, this is the new me. My shoe collection fits on a single shelf and the high heels are long gone.
Duster - This is my very last purchase. And guess where I got it? Yes, Johan, again. There was a vintage pop-up, a mohair sweater had caught my eye on Instagram, but I came back home with this duster. I'm a sucker for boxy fits, and if they give me that I'm an artist in residence look, I'm game. The color is just the right tone of blush, and the big pockets are just perfect, especially when you don't know what do to with your hands when posing for pictures! Similar here.
Top - I'm in love with linen, I wish my whole wardrobe was composed of Elizabeth Suzann creations. But, let's be honest, I don't have the budget for this (well, I might save to get one of their tunics someday). So, during my yearly trip to Europe, I asked my user-talented mom to make me a few pieces. And this is one of them. I'm so in love with this color, so perfect for fall! Thank you, mom! Similar here.
Pants - I'm not sure I've shown you these on the blog before. I got this pair of vintage Levi's at the Portland Flea Market a while ago. I hate buying pants, I hate buying denim pants. But for some reasons, even though trying clothes on at the flea market is not the most convenient thing to do, I had to try them on. The one and only pair I tried on was the perfect fit. Also, they were a steal! Similar here.
Shoes - Nina Z, made in NY, NY. Same as yesterday, I'm a creature of habit.
And because I know some of you are gonna ask. The necklace was a gift from Octave. He got it from Poketo from a Parisian maker. I call it my moon phase necklace. It's the only necklace I brought for my 1-month work trip to Europe and I wore it almost every day. I'm not tired of it yet, that's a good sign!
Phew! I've made it to day 2 of the challenge. I think that with the next look, you'll have seen all the 10 pieces I chose for this challenge.
What do you think my remaining items are? Different shoes? More colors?
Pictures by Octave Zangs for Conscious by Chloé.