Remember our friend who designs installations for solar panels? Happy for her, she’s now traveling in warm weather! No more the “leave the snow, get off the plane in sweltering heat!”
So she’s packing light – just enough to visit her clients, and the construction sites…
This painting is her inspiration:
She’s driving to her next clients, so she’s wearing sandals on her trip! Normally, she doesn’t fly in sandals…
Many of her clients can be hard to read, at first. Some of them want her to put on a hard-hat and steel-toed boots and climb ladders (she doesn’t go quite that far…) and other just want to sit over a cocktail at the country club and review the plans. So she tries to pack with those various potential scenarios in mind!
She’s really enjoying her core wardrobe of grey with the unexpected orange and green accents:
She’s not prepared for a black-tie dinner, nor for climbing up on the roof of an installation, but she can easily be prepared for just about anything else!
Again, just in the interest of looking at this heroine’s growing personal style, I combined her wardrobe from winter with this current wardrobe…
Her style is interesting, and I think it’s quite distinctive. I wouldn’t have thought to put orange and green with grey, but if it’s good enough for Picasso, it’s good enough for us, right?