Here's what I wore, along with my thoughts on each item.
Day one: Sunny and warm. I wore a Simplicity 1377 and an Alberta Street Pencil Skirt. This has never been my favorite blouse, and I still have a lot of issues out it, particularly the way the double gauze stretched out in the neckline (also, I stupidly used linen for my bias neckline finish and it has frayed apart, so this make may not survive many more washes). But I love the colors and I want to try it with my kelly green cardigan later this month. The skirt is a wardrobe workhorse for me, but I have long thought that I'd like to shorten it about 3/4".
Day 2: Very warm. I wore my new Kirsten Kimono Tee and a linen Simplicity 1887 skirt. I love these two pieces together, but I think I'd also liked a striped tee to go with this skirt and the yellow one I made. Putting that down for my summer sewing list!
Day 3: A little cooler. I wore an unclogged Kirsten Kimono tee, a Lisbon Cardigan and my zip-fly Ginger Jeans.
Day 4: Cooler, and I had to work in the city. I wore my Appleton Top and a self-drafted ponte skirt. This skirt is another workhorse, and it has gotten a bit pilled since I first made it. I'll probably have to replace it soonish.
Day 5: Rainy and chilly. I wore my pull-on Ginger Jeans, a Kirsten Kimono, and a French terry Lisbon cardigan.
Day 6: We drove 13 hours roundtrip to visit my mother's grave this weekend. On the drive there, I wore my zip-fly Gingers with another Kirsten Kimono (this is my go-to t-shirt pattern, so, yes, I have a lot of these; you'll see them all by the end of May), a brand-new Blackwood Cardigan that hasn't made the blog yet, and a brown lace wool scarf that I knitted a few years ago. I remarked in my blog post about the orange tee that the fabric I used for it wasn't the best quality, and after this trip I don't know that I'll wear it again. It somehow managed to both bag out AND shrink upwards WHILE I was wearing it. Looks like I need to find some better-quality orange jersey to make another one with.
Day 7: I was exhausted this morning, as you can see. I'm wearing a cotton long-sleeved cowl-necked Sewaholic Renfrew and the same Gingers as Day 6. This top has no recovery and bags out when I wear it, but I still love it and wear it all the time.
Lessons: I need to make two more pairs of jeans. In cooler weather I am always either in my boots or my Dansko clogs, and the clogs don't work so well with either pair of jeans. So I want to make two bootcut pairs. It's also really not worth my time sewing with cheap knits - not only did the orange shirt thoroughly annoy me, but the knit I used for the new Blackwood cardigan isn't the best either. I'll talk more about that when I blog it next week.