When I was getting dressed, I didn't realized I was tossing together a casual suit. But essentially, that's kind of how this turn out. My favorite blazer combined with pleated shorts and this perfect loose tank from Ro and De from Nordstrom. I love how effortless the top is and easily pulls the look together - or any look really. One of those easy breezy tops like a camisole that works with everything.
This winter has had its moments any moment I can wear a coat and beanie - I'm there. This
grey and furry number is currently my favorite. From Rebonnes in London, they have a few options that get me all giddy. Black beanies with a natural color pom pom, charcoal with natural, grey with black... the possibilities are goood.
I can always go for a white or black top with textures so Benjamin Jay had me at hello with this tee. the cutout pattern makes it perfect for slightly dressier everyday moments than a v-neck. It's the best kind-of staple really... in my book anyway.
Outfit: top from Benjamin Jay | Blank NYC moto pants | Zara coat | Alexander Wang emile tote
Ever since I got this chain-trim bag from Yesstyle, it's been pretty much the only the bag I've been using. So easy and chic, it's just the right size for the essentials and going light. Loving textured material mixed with the chain-trim. It really just goes with everything!
I rarely wear bodices or anything strapless but I couldn't help myself when I saw this baby on Lulu*s. The charcoal material isn't the usual material for bodices which makes it all the better. It's sexy without overdoing it - which works for me. And it only gets more perfect paired with a leather jacket.