Everyday feels like Super Saturday to me.
The moment when the eyes open and the delicious feeling that jumping up and out of bed is not necessary. I like to laze in bed for a little bit before I face the day; read a little or in today’s case browse online.
The weekend of great shopping continues and the online opportunities are enormous. Breaking it down into categories makes it so much easier; looking for a particular piece rather than a wide variety of different styles is the way I find I have the greatest success.
Sale time is the time to replace knitwear and in particular cashmere. There are certain styles I wear constantly so I try to find the best deals on these. I know I will wear these pieces over and over so finding them at a discount is a win/win.
In the past, I found sale shopping to be exhausting and at times fraught but online has changed all that. Online buying is so easy once you know how to navigate and make the click work for you.
Whatever I am shopping for I try and stick to my strategies and buy wisely.
Back to the cashmere.
There are three sweater shapes I wear; the V-neck, the crew neck and the turtleneck. Then there are the wraps and ponchos, the sweater style dresses and the occasional cardigan or jacket. And the total indulgence, the cashmere lounge about “tracksuit“. I wear these pieces endlessly, with everything and everywhere so when they are on sale I like to stock up; replace or adventure out into a new shade I might be uncertain for at full price.
This may seem like a less fun way to tackle the sales, it does seem like a good idea at the time to buy the slightly tight and too short extravaganza but please trust me, buying practical means the results will make you happy and the expensive mistakes minimised.
I learned the hard way :) xv
Today’s Edit: The Best Of Cashmere
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images from the chanel exhibition at the ca’ pesaro gallery of modern art in venice