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Restated Love for the J.Crew Pixie Pant


Top, Pants, Shoes, Bag (here in black), Sunglasses (here with green lenses)

Today’s post is dedicated to my all-time favorite pant: the J.Crew Pixie pant. I’ve purchased over 10 pairs of these pants, and worn through each one. There is no other pant on the market that is comfortable, versatile, and makes me feel great.

The thing I love most about the Pixie pant is the way it hugs the body. The fabric is very thick, and the waist is high, making the legs and tummy feel sucked in and lean unlike thinner, less form-fitting pants.

Pixie’s are also 100% opaque unlike many other leggings. On busy days, i’ve been known to wear these pants to work.


Also, can we talk about these sunglasses. Amaze.


This post wouldn’t be complete without talking about the (albeit few) pitfalls of the Pixie pant:

1. They wear out. The zipper on these pants is in the back, and wears out over about 6 months of wear
2. They are dry-clean only. Not a deal breaker for me, but annoying for sure.
3. They aren’t cropped in length. I like all of my skinny pants to hit right above my ankle, and these are full length. I combat this issue by rolling the hems as I do with most of my bottoms, but it’s something that should be noted.



Are there pants you love and have to recommend? Do share!

Curvy Girl Styling Leggings for Work

Outfit Details: Leggings (mine are Lululemon “high times” pants, but similar here), Boots (wide calf, and amazing), Vest (old, but this would work as well), Top

I’m the first one to say that as a curvy girl with an ample bottom half, constricting clothing has the potential to just ruin a day. Sitting in jeans through meetings all day long is never my idea of fun, so i’m always looking for ways to be stylish and comfortable, especially in the pants department.

Enter: opaque leggings.


There are a few rules of thumb I try and stick to when wearing leggings, especially in a work environment:

1. Cover the tush and the crotch <-- Absolutely no one at work needs to see the contours of your tush or your camel toe. Cover that ish up.

2. Keep the top half non-constricting <-- Because the item you're wearing on the bottom is tight, keep the top half flowy and looser fitting. This will help create some balance and make it appear like you're wearing real clothing, and not coming straight from the gym.

3. Heels <-- Leggings can be frumpy. Let's be real. Heels will help make the outfit look put together, and give some class to an otherwise inappropriate workday piece.



Club Monaco Dylan Parka

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Club Monaco jacket (wearing a size L), ASOS dress, Club Monaco belt (similar), Sam Edelman sandals

Part of the fun of living in a city like San Francisco is hosting friends from out of town. A few weeks back I had the pleasure of hosting my “little sister” from my college sorority! She is quite the photog (check out her website here) so we couldn’t help but snap a few pictures. I’ve been living in some variation of this outfit (bomber jacket, maxi dress & belt) all Summer in San Francisco and loved that she documented it for me!

For those wondering, this jacket is from Club Monaco and i’m wearing a size L. It has been my most-worn item this last season and I couldn’t recommend it more.

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Vince Silk Tunic


Vince silk tunic, Lululemon Wunder Under pant, Steve Madden Intyce boots (updated version here), Alexander McQueen handbag

A forever fan of Vince, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to update one of my favorite basics: the white blouse. These days after a long work week all I want to do is slip into a pair of stretchy pants, a tunic and some boots and be on my way. As a result, i’ve been stocking up on longer versions of my favorite tops: namely jersey basics from J.Crew & white silk blouses but in longer lengths.



And yes, still entirely too obsessed with this handbag. The best 24th birthday present to myself!


And, hello temporary tattoo. Yes, I love you.

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