Monday, June 25, 2018

The Anchor

If I were to start from zero shopping for a Seattle wardrobe, I'd choose the perfect raincoat and calibrate everything else to that design. A full-time voluntary pedestrian who keeps emergency evacuation in mind, my preference is for a nondescript knee-length lightweight waterproof layer with an integral hood. It's as good in the field as it is in town. I make sure the same is true for everything else I wear. It doesn't hurt to have two copies of a key garment.

A tightly co-ordinated wardrobe saves massive amounts of time, space, and attention. I learned to dress for the weather, for who I am, and for what I will be doing. Since discovering that approach, I have wasted far less money on clothing and found myself better dressed for nearly any occasion -30-

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