Please note that the 99 objects are going to include clothing, kitchen items, and some home furnishings… this is going to get interesting!
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Jane W. says
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So inspirational, as always. I wonder if you could do a piece on scarves: is there anything that approximates Hermes, if not in quality, then in beauty? Or even comes to, say, 60%? I have one Hermes, but pine for one more: Hard for me to spend $400 on a scarf.
There are a world of second-hand Hermes available – ebay is an okay source, as are designersilkscarf.com, and itsallgoode.com. Many of them are sold under $200 US. And I'll ponder scarf advice – they are one of my favorite subjects!
thanks for being here,
They way I read it (and I always encourage ANYBODY who read French better than I do to chime in) was three sets period. That's easily one drying on the line, one in drawer, and one on body. But remember, this is what she's defining as ESSENTIAL; I suspect that the contents of her dresser might exceed the absolute minimum necessary!
When the author cites three pairs of lingerie, is it assumed that you always have one drying from the line? Or…do the three sets represent special occasion underwear, and the day-to-day is something more pedestrian?