My last chilly weather look for a while! I shot this a week ago, so I know it may be a little warm for the whole look right now. While it may be too much to layer, each of these pieces work well separated for early spring. For example, these Reformation jeans are a denim staple for all seasons in my opinion. They are the perfect height and pull you in, in all the right places. Not to mention the retro ring belt! You could even keep the sweater and lose the jacket for a breezier day. I love this coat with a light t-shirt or fitted long sleeve and cropped jeans. The whole look is full of pieces that you can quickly throw on and off, similar to what you’d find in a capsule collection (working towards this!). Finally, my favorite Alexander Wang Boots topped off this look. I’ll never part with them!
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Ok, so this look isn’t quite an OOTD, but it’s from last weekend, so close enough! I wore this to a Fashion Week event and found myself taking pictures in the area for a while after. If you haven’t been to the Tictail market or checked out JW Pei, you should because they are awesome. Not to mention, Tictail is in such a cute area on the east side.
A tad more street style since we are back in New York for a while, I paired an all white look with charcoal colored accessories. I found this amazing corduroy jacket from Systemaction while I was in Barcelona and I am obsessed! It helps to make the glittery ankle socks pop against my white, platform Supergas (also found while in Barcelona).
Believe it or not, this skirt is from Abercrombie & Fitch. Before you hate me, check out there new stuff! Ever since they changed management, so has their style. You’ll find things like distressed denim, black leather jackets and more cute items WITHOUT the moose logo or infamous back pocket stitching.
Finally, I’m OBSESSED with my new Laval fanny pack. Wearing it around my chest is my preference, but it looks great around the hips as well. It’s such a great staple street style item and is a well priced alternative to the more expensive Off-White version.
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T-shirt, skirt and sneakers are the uniform for this summer! It's so easy to mix and match feminine and sporty items. A light t-shirt keeps the look casual and comfy while a summer skirt helps to dress it up and add that seasonal touch. I've had this Topshop skirt for years now and it always makes it back into my closet. It's super simple making the zipper the main focal point.
Aside from my blue jean jacket, I'm obsessed with an all white look in warmer weather. There is the consistent black detailing across the top and the skirt seeing as the print in black and the zipper has black piping. I've linked a bunch of similar t-shirts and skirts above!
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I’m obsessed with flowers, ok!? This may have been evident from my last cookbook post, but just in case you missed it here’s a reminder.
This look is all about giving an outfit depth. It’s such a small detail and such an easy thing to do to add variation to your closet. Mixing and matching is how you get the most out of your clothes! I layered a light blue Reiss sweater on top of a chambray button down by Lucky Brand. I’ve had the button down forever, but keep getting use out of it by wearing it open with a tank top, on the beach with a bikini or like I am in these pictures, under a sweater for added warmth. The versatility is not the only added benefit. Layering helps give a look more visual interest. I love how the button down and sweater are basically the same color, which makes the pairing super subtle. But, the textures and shape are completely different. The collar and the hem of the shirt peep out at the top and bottom of the sweater, giving the look a relaxed, street style feel.
These vinyl pants are seeing their last few wears of the season! Soon it will be too warm for them, so I’m squeezing in those last uses! I love the shiny vinyl style and cut of these pants (high waisted and cropped), but these ones make a little too much noise! Next season I will be rebuying them from a different store like Topshop. They are a little more expensive, but also more wearable. I linked a bunch of styles that I would get today for you to shop above!
On the other hand, you’ll be seeing a lot more of these sneakers. Spring is here and so are all of my white sneakers! I love the velcro closures as they add some variety to my never-ending lace-ups!
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If you follow me on Instagram, you already know that I broke my wrist last week. Unfortunate AF, but the (blog) show must go on! Wearing a cast does hinder my outfit options, but I'm slowly finding ways to both hide the cast and still look presentable. Today, I went with a full on groutift (grey outfit). Both the top and trousers are from J. Crew while the jacket is from SheIn and the sneakers from Adidas. This look maximizes comfort while minimizing getting dressed in the morning stress on a Monday (haha). These dress pants are right up my alley as they are cropped, showing a little ankle and have a boyfriend fit to them. Not to mention, they have a partially elastic waist making it way easier for me to take them on and off (and wear them long after I get fat. All the jokes today! I digress - Anyhow, the grey layers became an obvious choice as I'm a fan of monochromatic looks. I went with a couple of my favorite gold jewelry pieces including a pair of thin hoop earrings and a Mejuri choker. Shop the whole look above and let me know your thoughts in the comments!