# 10 Item Wardrobe # talk-through

Ten-Item Wardrobe Talk-Through SS 2017 | Jennifer L. Scott

It's time for the ten-item wardrobe talk-through! Thank you so much to everyone for your encouraging comments on Monday's video, especially regarding my children. We had so much fun filming and they got a kick out of hearing your comments. They truly say, "thank you" for all of your kind compliments!

In today's video, I discuss the new items in my wardrobe, the budget aspect of this year's choices and answer your questions.

Mentioned in today's video:
The Jessica Simpson nursing camisole is what I currently wear under my blouses. I love this camisole because it has a built-in bra and is so comfortable.

Many people asked about the Barbara Barbieri wedge shoes I picked up from TJ Maxx. These shoes are very comfortable. I've worn them on several occasions now.

Women's Sam Edelman 'Gigi' Sandal in Beige This sandal is honestly my favorite go-to sandal in the spring/summer season. It is very comfortable to walk in. I wore mine so much that my pair recently broke!

...and the white leggings, which I have paired with the Rebecca Taylor dress to make up for its short side slit. These leggings are one size fits all. They are very soft and I think they are great quality, especially for the price at $10!

Check out the original ten-item wardrobe post here to see more on each item.

The Lessons from Madame Chic comic book is now available in Japan from Harper Collins. Here is another beautiful display showing some of the artwork from Junko Murata.

Here are one of the fun shots of the Japanese books on Instagram...

A post shared by Yuki✴︎ (@yuruyuru_diet) on

Westbywonderful shares a fun photo of Lessons from Madame Chic

Comment of the Week

On Facebook, Lindsay writes: Oh my goodness, LOVE your wardrobe! I'm wearing a similar chambray dress today...as I was getting dressed in the locker room at my gym five middle aged women stopped mid-conversation with one another and thanked me for taking pride in my attire. I explained how you've guided me to do this and they were thrilled and amazed that I looked so nice to "just run errands!" One lady actually clapped her hands with joy! Happy Monday to you and your beautiful family!

Dear Lindsay, I loved your story. It's becoming so unusual to look presentable in today's society that those ladies really took note and applauded you. I applaud you too!

I hope you enjoy today's talk-through! Be sure to stop by the blog tomorrow for a very special bonus post. I'll be partnering with Halsbrook.com to share 6 ways to style a neutral dress. It is a very fun post, you don't want to miss it!

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Unknown said...

I prefer dresses too.

Kelsie said...

Seeing you pair leggings with your Rebecca Taylor dress has helped me "save" a dress I purchased last summer. Looking back at a picture taken on Labor Day, I feel like it's too short. Being that it isn't even a year old, it's in great condition and I still very much like it. Glad this doesn't have to be the end!

Unknown said...

Nice video as always Jennifer! Try the Fels-Naptha soap bar to remove the stain. This laundry bar took pen out of a handbag lining I had!

Carey said...
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Carey said...

A tip for preventing the holes that develop at the bottom of shirts from jeans and pants. I started sewing down the corner. Just take the corner of the outer part of the where the pants/jeans button, fold in to make a small triangle, and sew some whip stitches on the inside to hold. The tiny change to the tab of the pant closure is not noticeable so even if you where tops tucked in, you would have to look very closely to see the change. It only takes a few minutes for each pair of pants, but saves a lot of money on preserved shirts and tops. I have now done this with all my jeans, capris, and pants. I no longer have holes in my t-shirts, camisoles, tanks and tops. Sewing, saving money, and caring for our clothing investments is a chic win-win-win!

Debbie said...

I realize the post is a year old so things probably have changed. The link in this post doesn't take one to one-size-fits-all leggings. I would like to try the exact ones you like, Jennifer. Can you provide more details so I purchase the correct ones. Thank you!