No Longer Grey

The sartorial experiments and ramblings of a girl named Sarah

Category Archives: outfits

Dressing for a Cocktail Party: To LBD, or Not to LBD

by Sarah on January 18, 2019, one comment

When you’re a kid, going to a party means wearing either clothes you can get cake on or clothes that you would wear to sit for a 1950’s family portrait. When you’re a teen, it means wearing shoes people can step on and a jacket that can get lost in some frat basement. But with […]

Never thought I would say this…

by Sarah on January 12, 2019, one comment

sweater- Everlane, jeans- Levi’s, shoes- Everlane … but I’ve been craving color in my outfits lately. And I don’t think I’m the only one. Pantone’s color of the year, Living Coral, is a vibrant pinkey orange. Mustard, baby blue and blood reds have walked the runway in men’s fashion week. My instagram following feed has […]

Cream and Taupe and Beige All Over: Adventures in Neutral Outfitting

by Sarah on December 28, 2018, 2 comments

shirt- vintage, pants- Everlane, shoes- Everlane, jacket- thrifted Beige is possibly the least appealing word in the English language. It’s the lexical version of the waiting room in a dentist’s office or a pair of stretched out socks doomed to reside in the back of a dresser. The color itself seems like the most boring […]

Sustainability or Self Interest?

by Sarah on December 21, 2018, no comments

jacket- Everlane, scarf- Urban Outfitters, sweatshirt- local My favorite winter puffer is made from recycled plastic bottles- 47 of them, to be exact. I make sure to tell this to everyone who compliments the coat. I’d like to think that its plastic bottle past does make it a nicer jacket, that the jacket’s worth goes […]

The Pink Shirt

by Sarah on December 2, 2018, one comment

shirt- thrifted Gold Hawk, jeans- thrifted Lawman Some clothing pieces can only be described in 1950’s era language. This shirt is one of those, because it’s simply divine. It’s a late afternoon coffee (invigorating) followed by a long walk in the city (chilly but beautiful) and a night in with a face mask and bubble […]