Cozy winter basics for home + beyond

Hello! This winter I’ve made a resolve to focus on leisure wear, or cozy basics that can transition from home to beyond if need be because they’re just that pretty. I’ve been wearing the same giraffe pajama pants I got for christmas when I was somewhere between 12 and 15 years old up until this point and they’ve become somewhat of a comfort item, oh I love those giraffe pants. Aside from those, its a combo of old workout clothes and my husbands T-shirts, so, it was time!

Here are a few of my favorite things!

LETT clothing

Get yourself some wool socks, a cashmere beanie and a great set of lounge/leisurewear. I got a mix and match set from Lett Clothing and it is seriously beautiful, comfortable and versatile from home to a dinner date. Shown, The Vienna top in size medium (runs form fitting) and the Heathrow pant, size s (though I would probably go with xs next time, I wear a size 25/26 waist). I also got the Geneva top, size M, (perfect loose fit) in Ecru and the Lyon skirt (size small, fits perfect).


Uniqlo is a new brand to me! Their pieces are paired down, of great quality and really affordable.

This cashmere beanie is from them as well! They rotate colors a lot, heres the link for the current colors available.



Sezane has quickly become my favorite line of clothing. They are out of France and their attention to detail, femininity and quality make it a stand out company. You order and its at your door in 2-3 days, incredibly quick for international shipping. I’d say the fit is true to size. I actually ordered a couple sweaters based off the model sizing in the photos (a size small) and they were a little too small. These one’s here are the Pedro Jumper in Medium and the Gaspard Jumper in Medium as well and the fit is perfect.

The stretchy, horse riding -esque pants are a great style from Banana Republic; the Devon legging. These are an olive green but currently they have them in black and navy blue. Wear them as leggings around the house and easily dress them up with boots or heals going out.

Cozy house things, slippers + socks


A great pair of house shoes I wear all the time: egos

I did a lot of research on socks and went with some angora wool ones and really love them!

Also, have you ever used a knit hot water bottle? you fill them with hot water and put them under your covers while you’re getting ready for bed and it’s so therapeutic all night long!

A cashmere wrap is such a pretty and versatile piece. use it kind of like a robe at home and as a big thick scarf out and about. Here’s mine, and another great, more affordable version.


Ok, Ill leave you with that. Time to get cozy in pretty things and donate the old t-shirts.

Luvs, Lindy


Fall Uniform Dressing: a capsule closet


Uniform dressing is as simple as it sounds. Keep only what you love, wear only what you love. Every single day the act of dressing will be simplified, you’ll feel YOU in the clothes you chose and will quickly realize how this effects, or leaves room for other things in your life. Fall is a fantastic time to put this into practice, here I’m showing you looks based off of 3 pairs of pants, a handful of comfy knits, basics, and only 2 pairs of shoes. Continue reading “Fall Uniform Dressing: a capsule closet”

New baby must haves

I have received countless requests to compile a list of must haves for your new baby. A lot of the time its expectant twin moms, truthfully the things you need aren’t much different when welcoming two. I’ll be sure to add notes along the way for those twin mamas.

before we dive in, I’ll mention that most of the things I’ve included are all compiled on my amazon storefront to make it as easy as possible for you to make lists of your own and shop directly. You can find that HERE.

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Capsule Wardrobe

Its been nearly a year of uniform dressing and honestly, I still feel great in the same outfit. Mostly a variation of a linen button down and some levi’s but this season I challenged myself to create a variety of different outfits using a few staple pieces, here’s what I came up with using 2 great sweaters, a jacket blazer, a linen top and some really great jeans…  I know what you’re thinking, “Lindy, you’re showing me the same dang outfit over and over again.” Well, I mean, you’re kind of correct. thats the beauty of uniform dressing. You stick to what you’re good at, I make no apologies for this.


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