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See how I wear a beautiful cardigan as top

midlife woman in work outfit with suede skirt and floral top
Notations floral print cardigan, G-III suede leather skirt, Hermes collier de chien belt, and black pumps (all own)

Gardening started in Interior Alaska

I hope you all had a great weekend. I started digging in the yard as we plan to plant some vegetables and potatoes. It is still too early to put the potatoes into the ground. The soil is still frozen in about a foot (33 cm) depth. Thus, I will wait a couple of days. At night, temperatures still are below freezing. Well, sometimes night frost even occurs in early June here in the Interior.

How do Alaskans still grow the biggest cabbages on Earth?

Well, we actually have no nights in for nearly 3 months. Everything grows around the clock. This fact also means mowing the lawn twice a week. Thus, everyone talks about getting their “lifes back” when the first flurries fly. Sort of sad or crazy, isn’t it?

#styleover40 woman with red skirt and floral top
As above, but from different angle

Red look for a good mood

After this strong workout plus dancing the night away with my hubby on Saturday, I am in a great mood and picked a very bright outfit. I paired an abstract floral print cardigan that I bought at Fred Meyers earlier this year with my suede leather skirt for a dominantly red look. Yes, again I wear a cardigan as a blouse. I added my collier de chien belt to give this classic look a little street style edge.

Does your mood affect how you dress? Do you wear cardigans as tops or just as a layer over another top? Let me know, send me an email. I like to heard from you.

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Photos: G. Kramm

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