Everlane long cashmere turtleneck (mine is an older style) |
here’s a great secondhand Inhabit cashmere turtleneck!!
Ganni Bluebell overalls | sold out
Robert Clergerie Sneakers | secondhand Robert Clergerie at The Real Real
The back of my neck and my feet are the most sensitive parts of my bodies to heat/cold. If I’m too hot in bed, all I need to do is stick a bare foot out from under the covers, and instant cool down. If I’m cold, all I usually need to do is pull everything up over my neck. Of course nowadays Dagny is sleeping almost on top of me (curled up next to my belly) so I stay pretty warm at night. haha.
Nothing keeps me warmer than a turtleneck sweater though. This one specifically is really good; I got it before Everlane launched their “$100 cashmere” and (in my opinion anyway) the cashmere quality went down. It’s a fuzzy mess, but I don’t care, I enjoy a lived-in sweater! I also have an alpaca turtleneck by Beklina I love (If you use my referral link to Garmentory you’ll get a $20 account credit and so will I!). I’m partial to alpaca now anyway, because I find it a bit warmer, and it’s gentler on the environment and the animals than cashmere.
I have nothing else significant to report today except I’m getting my hair cut (finally), so I can stop pulling it back all the time. Oh, and if anyone has any EXCELLENT oatmeal cookie recipes (I’m partial to vegan and/or alternative sweeteners, but I’m being much more flexible now) to share, I’d love to hear them. I’m still eating all the cookies.