How did 2013 escape through my hands so quickly?
I went from living so unhappy with how my body was feeling in the early part of the year, to losing 30 lbs after I cut bread out of my diet – giving me a whole new perspective on the relationship with myself but also revisiting my wardrobe and how things fit me. Also, after four years of not getting a haircut, I said goodbye to #longhairdontcare it was so amazingly liberating and interesting to get more haircuts in one year than I had in the six years before.
This year was also the year I was finally able to call myself a librarian after having struggled through my Master’s program for a few years. I took it upon myself to find a new job, but instead found two new part time jobs in addition to the one I already had! Yet somehow still managed to find time to blog. I’m so happy I did though, in spite of being so busy – I love having this catalog of all these outfits, and will be so glad to look back on this one day.
2013 was also the year of realizations on our unhealthy relationship with our clothing – I vowed to only buy new clothing that was Made in the USA and have learned to appreciate how our clothes are made.
I went through the blog and found 12 favorite outfits from each month of last year.
A chilly January, bundled up in a fun coat
Wow, February was when I finally decided to make the chop!
I’ll always love the Mad Men vibe from this outfit
A fun photoshoot exploring one of my favorite places, Golden Gate Park
What I wore to a Liberace party! I think this is the first post where you can actually notice I lost weight. I hadn’t worn this dress since about 2006 (cause I didn’t fit in it anymore).
Discovering the most jaw droppingly beautiful place in the Bay Area, the top of Mt. Tamalpais
A summer brunch with some other SF blog gals!
My birthday outfit.
One of my favorite LWD’s.
My new favorite pair of thrifted pants.
When I thrifted this awesome vintage Saint James top!
And a new spin on this old favorite dress!
If you even made it down this far in the post, thank you for taking the time to read and follow along. I don’t believe in resolutions, just following your heart (and brain). Here’s to 2014, up up and away!