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Poor neglected blog...
posted by Colleen Shirazi on Saturday, November 20, 2010 at 6:20 PM (Pacific)

Not to worry, I still care. :)

j.crew buffalo check shirtdress
J.Crew Buffalo Check Shirtdress

Much as I like the idea—a dress involving flannel and pockets, black-and-a-single-color check, this does remind me of pajamas. I haven't determined yet if that's a bad thing though?

I did get this a while back, but haven't brought it out yet:

j.crew buffalo check shirtdress
J.Crew Flannel Tuxedo Tunic the biggest size; it's a dress on me, not a tunic. The pintucking seems to keep it from appearing overly nocturnal.

washable lambswool cardigan

NO, this isn't fug's a beautiful dark flecked charcoal, machine washable lambswool sweater. At least it was advertised as machine washable; I haven't washed it yet. I skipped Boden's, which was close to $150 for machine washable cashmere. Even with a I care that much for cashmere? The sweaters I need to replace are lambswool, and they've lasted twenty years.

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