Smoke colors for a smoky day

#over40 summer work look | High Latitude Style |

Today just a “What I Wore” post. The smoke of the nearby wildfire rolled into town last night. The sky is gray-brownish and the sun is reddish due to the particulate matter in the atmosphere. The air smells like you put your head in a wood-stove. Disgusting! Many of the particle take up water vapor and swell. The visibility is very low.

Oliveo custom-made linen pants with side zipper, Anne Klein T-strap slingbacks, Kieselstein Cord belt, H buckle, Kate Moss for Longchamp bag, GNW abstract print cardigan worn as top, and gaze scarf (all own)

The unpleasant air conditions inspired me to a smoke colored outfit. Brownish abstract print, beige pants with hints of black. I wear my cotton cardigan as a top, a light brown summer scarf and a pair of linen pants. This outfit keeps me comfy with the muggy air.

Nature and great art paintings are perfect for outfit color inspirations. What inspires you for your outfits? What are your styling challenges?

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Photo: G. Kramm

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