Do you gravitate toward wearing the same types of clothing for certain days or occasions? That's what I refer to as a uniform - a few specific silhouettes of clothing that make a great outfit, that you can have in a myriad of colors/patterns/textures to create different looks. It makes the process of getting dressed that much easier, and also guides you in shopping to minimize the "I don't have anything to wear" days.
I've realized that one of my weekend (or non-working weekday) uniforms is a chunky cardigan, striped t-shirt, khakis and sneakers. It's easy, cute, and provides a variety of looks.
This chunky cable cardigan is made for early spring days, when it's pretty nippy in the morning but warms up considerably during the day.
I usually wear colored bottoms with neutral tops, but I added the orange belt for an additional pop of color. The belt is a little big since I bought it before a significant weight loss, so I just loop the end through so it doesn't dangle.
I've had these sneakers for a while - and I now realize that I need another pair of khaki sneaks so I don't wear these out!
Grey cable cardigan by Banana Republic. Striped henley by Gap. Teal khakis, orange belt by J Crew. Sneakers by Generic Surplus. Watch by Coach (old). Blue/green leather wrap bracelet by Tateossian.