My second orphan (actually a couple of them) is a real basic, and I'm looking forward to wearing it lots. It's a black sweater, with a cowl neck and a silver thread. It's just a bit heavier than light-weight, but not really heavy, and I like the way it fits. I think it'll be one of those things that is basic enough to go with everything. The danger is that it's boring...
I tried, and most of my jackets will fit over it (though some interfere with the collar). I think I haven't worn this yet because it looks really bulky in my drawer, and I've been worried that it would just be dark, heavy, and un-layerable.
But I think it works anyway, and I'm looking keeping it.
Just for fun, here it is with yesterday's lumberjack vest, and an assortment of other toppers (red vest, and olive utility jacket). I'm wearing it as in #1 so far.
These teal snake-print jeans are also in danger of orphaning - I wore them lots last winter, but this is their first outing this season. I think I still like them.