bactrim trimethoprim sulfamethoxazole

Ann Taylor Trench Dress

IMG_4765-2

Club Monaco vest (updated version), Ann Taylor trench, Tibi blouse (in white), Zara necklace via Poshmark, BDG jeans, French Connection booties, Saint Laurent handbag (borrowed from Jennifer)

There are so many reasons i’m obsessed with this outfit: 1) i’m layering two vests. Who does that? This girl. 2) These booties are new and are so. amazing. Comfortable, versatile, the best. 3) The trench dress turned vest in these photos has gone with me everywhere since I scooped it up. I mean, brunch on a Sunday with stretchy pants to work meetings.

IMG_4842-2

So much bling and so many textures. Layering was clearly what I was feeling on this particular day.

IMG_4864-2

IMG_4743-2

IMG_4755-2

In all seriousness, these booties are the business. They are a manageable 3.5 inch heel and are so incredibly walkable. This coming from the girl who admittedly teeters in most stilettos.

IMG_4847-2

IMG_4839-2

A big smile to end your week!

Puffer Vest

IMG_5636-2

Joules vest (love this one), J.Crew top, BDG Jeans, Ray-Ban sunglasses

If there’s anything that makes me feel a little bit tough, it’s an all-black outfit complete with aviators and a puffer vest. Done deal for a Tuesday. Have a great week!

IMG_5667-2

IMG_5677-2

Striped Shift Dress

IMG_9965-2

Joules Vest c/o, J.Crew dress (old, see more options below), SPANX tights, Steve Madden boots, Prada sunglasses

I wore this outfit on Sunday to brunch and a photo session with some of my favorite blogger babes. We had so much fun discovering this old loading dock and messing around with our cameras. I wanted to be comfy yet chic and spent a good 15 minutes staring at my closet unsure of what to wear. Whenever i’m in this situation my default is always a dress of some kind. This old J.Crew shift has served me well through countless seasons and when paired with this equally cheery vest, it transitions perfectly into cooler weather.

IMG_9987-2

IMG_9984-2

Fun fact: I shrunk this dress in the dryer a few months ago. I love it so much that I opt to pair it with 100% opaque tights and boots to still be able to wear it.

IMG_9996-2

IMG_9983-2

IMG_0007-2

I love that the inside of this hood also has contrasting stripes. Fun, but unintentional! Because I know this exact dress is so old, here are a few other options that i’m loving (and seriously considering picking up to replace this old one i’ve got).

Easy Pattern Mixing

IMG_8862-2

J.Crew blouse (similar), LOFT coat (old, but shop more options below), Topshop skirt (this year’s options), SPANX tights, Hunter Huntress Boots, Prada sunglasses

As I mentioned yesterday, it has been raining non-stop in San Francisco, so my shoe options are limited. I’ve been reworking a bunch of older items and experimenting with pattern mixing even more. This giraffe print skirt has become a neutral in my closet because of it’s classic color palette, and this waterproof striped trench has been worth it’s cost ten times over for it’s versatility. I’m so glad I picked it up way back when.

IMG_8847

IMG_8848

IMG_8854

Other amazing striped trench coats can be found here. It really is one of my most complimented wardrobe staples.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
HTML Snippets Powered By : XYZScripts.com