my favorite formula: cropped top, mom jeans & mules. i added the holes and rips today hunching over with scissors and tweezers for about a good hour and a half. a vacuuming and a tumble in the dryer later, i had to take them out for a test run. i liked them so much i went to the thrift store to find more potential mom jeans but no luck today. i actually just got a pair from zara that i haven't worn yet because i'm still debating on whether to have them hemmed to a cropped length or to even just keep them because they were pretty pricey. but i guess we will all just see...
now that i've been back to blogging (i guess), i had to kind of create a line-up of my outfits. i want to try to show my older purchases and/or looks so i don't completely forget about them. also it helps me put them to more use.
facts i should mention about this look; (minus the shoes) this outfit cost me about $25, i got the top and skirt about 2 months ago (the shoes a few days ago) and this is my version of the 90's style i am obsessed with.
zara top, bag & bracelet, levi's jeans, jeffrey campbell shoes and celine sunglasses
wearing everything i love all at once...always fun to do. and i will apologize in advance for wearing these jeans a lot because i was lucky to find the perfect pair of vintage levi's.
zara top, bag & shoes, vintage levi's via urban outfitters
i was geting really bored with the selection of jeans or pants in general for so long, hence the 5% of the time that i'm in pants on this blog (or my Instagram). i really needed something different in terms of shape or silhouette. boyfriend jeans a few years ago was a breath of fresh air and is still a fav of mine. but then the idea of a high-waisted pair of boyfriend jeans i.e. mom jeans was perfect. i could have something to wear with all these cropped tops i can't stop buying. the only thing is finding the right pair...
zara coat, thrifted silk tank top, sam edelman sandals & forever21 jeans
for the last year or so i've kept a really simple (and greyscale) wardrobe with the exception of denim, camel, a tiny bit of color here and there and even sequins. it makes dressing up easy but building it, knowing essential pieces is key. this post features some; a masculine camel coat, a silk tank top and ripped & relaxed denim. and depending on the occasion or event, i like to make sure it doesn't look overly "comfortable" by adding a sexy and chic pair of shoes.