I got a relief from the frigid Northeast on a recent visit to my in-laws in South Carolina. One of my chambray shirts, some gray cords, and leopard smoking flats were the perfect thing to wear to play a fiercely competitive family game of mini-golf.
- Tradlands Clement St. chambray shirt. This button-down is made with a cotton light enough to be comfortable on a spring day, but substantial enough to not be flimsy. It's got a nice, tailored fit that's feminine without being uncomfortable. French seams, single chest pocket, subtle specks of color in the fabric, and washes beautifully. Although the sleeves are a wee bit too long for my petite frame, it's not a big deal because I like to wear my sleeves rolled up like I have them here. (Similar: Tradlands Stow Lake shirt, blue with woven white dots.)
- AG Stilts, in a grey suede corduroy. So comfortable that they rarely get any time in my dresser drawer. I had these hemmed to ankle length so that I could wear them in the winter with boots and in the warmer months with sandals, flats, and heels. They've been amazingly versatile. (Similar: AG Stilt cords in earl grey and AG ankle legging jeans in sulfur cosmopolitan grey.)
- Munro Jerrie flats in leopard print. These suede smoking slippers are some seriously comfy shoes. They required no break-in period, have a supportive insole, and a latex rubber sole. The black piping is a nice touch to the animal print. They go with everything. Leopard is a neutral, right? (Similar: Munro Jerrie suede flats in a quilted black suede.)
- Sunglasses and, likely, golf putter not made in the USA.
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