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Maybe it's because I'm a freelancer that my ideas about what "day" and "night" are deviate slightly from the norm, or it might be the other way around? Time mostly seems made up to me, especially when it's possible to do what I'll be doing tomorrow, which is to fly for five hours and arrive only two hours later than I left, no flux capacitor required.
My friend Eroca does a lot of travelling, so she is my go-to for packing and flying tips. She recently told me a gut-busting story about a time when her luggage was overweight and instead of eating the charge, she opened the bag up and put on layers and layers of clothing until the bag was light enough to pass muster. The lesson I get from that tale is this: wear your bulkiest and heaviest clothes and shoes on the plane. Even when the weather is hot, it's nearly always cold on planes, and you'll have more room in your bag for your things. Also, take no guff and always look amazing.
If I had a Wrought, it's what I'd be wearing on the plane tomorrow.
She's got great cable details on the arms, but the body is mostly plain, keeping the shape sleek. I like the slightly scooped neckline and the single twisty cable that carries onto the side of the body.
There was a tiny whiff of fall in the air this week (not to mention our spiffy Fall Issue...) and I got so excited. I love fall fashion. Wrought is the perfect sweater to carry you season to season. I was feeling leather and denim and boots and that color that isn't blue or grey or green exactly but looks like whales.
How will you wear Wrought?