No Pants: day 16-18.
- A month of no pants.
- No Pants: day 2
- No Pants: day 3
- No Pants: day 4.
- No Pants: day 5.
- No pants: day 6.
- No Pants: day 7.
- No Pants: day 8.
- No Pants: day 9. Two-fer.
- No Pants: day 11.
- No Pants: day 12
- No Pants: day 13.
- No Pants: day 14 – another 2-fer!
- No Pants: day 15.
- No Pants: day 16-18.
- No Pants: days 19-21.
- No Pants: days 22-25.
- No Pants: days 26-29.
- No Pants: day 30.
- No Pants Summary: Mixing it up
- Reporting back: Summary of a Month of No Pants
- No Pants Summary: How to do it yourself
The No Pants Saga continues.
In response to reader demand, I agreed to compromise, and will do my level best to post compilation-outfit posts every 3 days or so. You guys owe me… ; )
Wear something your gentleman-friend can't.
Contact me to get reacquainted with your leg-less garments, and learn some styling strategies.
Activities: working from home, chilling, eating Korean food
Weather: low 50s, rain
: gray jersey shrug – handmade
: black turtleneck – possibly H&M, years ago
: black tunic/dress with pleated ribbon detail – Target/Merona, thrifted
: bi-color leggings – Babooshka
: black suede & leather boots – Simple
Activities: frolicking, picking forsythia, chilling with the fam'.
Weather: around 60?, sunny. Totally acceptable.
: black and white gingham cowgirl shirt – via Annie Sez, 2 years ago
: black cotton dress – Gap, thrifted
: black suede & leather boots – Simple (see above)
You might call this look, Goth Weekend in the Country?
Activities: working from home, laundry
Weather: somewhere in the 50s, mostly sunny
argyle (wow, someone needs caffeine) houndstooth cardigan – Liz Claiborne, thrifted. Also seen here.
: bright green with white dots polo-shirtdress – Talbots, thrifted
: vintage metallic gold belt – thrifted
: coral open toe flats – H&M*, right now.
I call this my Preppy Raver look. It reminds me a lot of Parker Posey's character in Party Girl (love that movie! <3 '90s).
* worn as house shoes. I've been dying for some girly, warm-weather slippers to wear around the house. Something in between a high heeled sandal with marabou feathers, and the woolly clogs I wear to stave off hypothermia in the winter… These are sold as "real" shoes, but they'll do just fine as summer slippers – and they're washable!