March 18, 2023
The weeks go by…
Every day so far in March, I’ve worn the same black long-sleeved wool tee shirt. It’s sort of a miracle the way it does NOT smell bad. It’s hard to explain unless you actually wear one yourself, I guess… But these things that I’m learning about wool clothing are going to change the way I dress – less, better, and less laundry!
Vicki from NZ says
St Patrick’s day, AND top of the six nations table! What a week for you, Janice 🙂
It is sort of amazing; I remember when Ireland was NOT a contender! But we love them no matter what, right? You should know about being #1; the World Cup should be fascinating…
I have the Tree of Life scarf and find it incredibly versatile. I notice you’ve mostly worn the tshirt with another layer. Yes, I realize it’s still winter and cold. I’m just thinking that would keep it from getting too boring if you’re wearing different tops to keep it interesting. The different scarves also keep it from being “the same old thing”. How does this compare to wearing the same dress?
“less, better, and less laundry!”
I think this is my new motto. I’ve been thinking about that article, still, and what it might mean for me. Early days yet as I am person who is quite deliberate about any change.
I’m very interested and eagerly awaiting a post on what you’re learning from the ‘one per x’ experiments.
Rhonda S. says
Hi Janice, I lurk here much of the time. I have been thrown one of those curveballs of life…and find that I have a wedding celebration (the marriage happened during lockdown) in early May, which in Seattle is a bit more like March. I’m plumpish pear of 5’2″ and normally wear black (& tan, olive). It’s a full weekend–pub night Friday, reception Saturday and good bye brunch (for out-of-towners) Sunday. Covid has changed lots of traditions…
Chris in Indy says
Hi, Janice – I LOVE my wool tees and wear them all year. Yes, short sleeve merino tees even in the heat and humidity of Indiana summers are the best. The lack of stink (what wizardry is this???) is amazing. I’ve stockpiled a few more than you, but they are an essential, especially during travel where I may wear one shirt over several days. Mine are from Woolx, but the end game is the same. For those who are unfamiliar: they launder beautifully, and although a bit pricey, I’m on year 3 with several of mine.