Slowly transitioning to fall by incorporating boots more frequently into my outfits and gearing towards longer lengths. This outfit is screaming summer on top and fall on the bottom but I must point out that my top is still transitioning as well. Because if you take a closer look, it’s a KNIT top! I’ve always been such a sucker for knit tanks and vests, and Brandy Melville makes such great affordable ones.
By the way, I recently got this leopard bucket bag from Elizabeth & James, and I think I will be wearing it nonstop from now to forever. I am dead serious! If you get super sick of seeing me clutching onto it in every future blog post, feel free to intervene. 🙂
(Brandy Melville top, Emerson Thorpe pants, Tibi boots, Elizabeth & James bag, Karen Walker sunglasses)
Found the cutest little graphic tee while shopping at The Grove. This is just perfect to throw over shorts all summer long! The raw hems and slightly shredded neck line is a plus. I can’t wait to make it look more badass by throwing on a leather jacket over it come fall.
(Love Nail Tree shirt, Emerson Thorpe pants, Levi’s jacket, Zara shoes, Sunday Somewhere sunglasses, Jaine K. Designs ring)
My version of loungewear in public. This outfit could have easily been too relaxed but adding a pair of heels and a cropped sweater to break up the pajama look makes it a bit more interesting.
(Topshop sweater, Zara shirt, Emerson Thorpe pants, Jeffrey Campbell shoes, Jaine K. Designs rings and bracelet, Karen Walker sunglasses)
Comfort to the max when running errands. Thank goodness for boots to off-set the baggy outfit.
(Earnest Sewn shirt, Emerson Thorpe pants, Opening Ceremony boots, Kooba bag)
A quick chai tea latte run at Starbucks before running some errands. Ed recently got obsessed with this drink (what a newb :P) so he jumps at every chance to get one. It was a pretty gloomy day so call me crazy for wearing silk thin clothes but they are just so darn comfortable.
I’ve been dying to snag a pair of slouchy pants because of how comfortable they looked while retaining a chic silhouette, but it was really difficult to find ones that didn’t make my short self look frumpy. Finally found a pair and all I can say is, just try on a bunch to find the special one. I’m probably going to wear the crap out of these pants so they may pop up on my blog quite frequently. You’ve been warned!
P.S. These pants have been lovingly nicknamed as the Trashbags.
(Brandy Melville top, Emerson Thorpe pants, Zara sandals, Karen Walker sunglasses)