I’ve been going through my closet and here is a sweater from The Limited that is going to be heading to the thrift store. But before I let it go, I wanted to illustrate it and just remember the time I spent wearing it.
I mostly remember wearing this while I worked for Sterling Communication, an advertising agency in Lincoln, Nebraska. I think this was one of my favorite jobs, I was a Web designer and it was 1998 – 1999. The movie “You’ve Got Mail” was out and I loved Meg Ryan’s style in that movie. I loved the glimpses of life in New York City…the apartment, Central Park, the bookstore, the party she attends and her clothes. Very bookworm, casual and a look that could be versatile to what life in New York City demands…walking, subway, taxi…and more walking in all sorts of weather.
Anyway, I wore this with my khaki pants and a white t-shirt. Probably with my black and white floral scarf tied tight around my neck and some black or brown chunky leather shoes. Possibly with my “dog” socks, just for a little bit of whimsy.
Sweet memories! Now I can let this sweater go. I hope it finds a new home and someone who will enjoy it’s simplicity.
Do any of the simple, everyday clothes in your closet conjure up memories?
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