The sweater I’m wearing in the previous post is from Zara..always love a good waffle knit. Might be an extension of my love of thermals. It’s almost long enough to be a dress but good to stick some shorts underneath. Pictured here with: 3.1 Phillip Lim quilted leather shorts, Honeydew’s Camellia bralette, and Balenciaga giant hardware clutch.
The simultaneously ubiquitous and elusive ‘Dicker’ boot by Isabel Marant. I tried them on at Barney’s in New York this past February and almost caved..should have just gone for it but at least I can really appreciate them now. They have this rugged feel ideal for wearing every day (and I have been) but the heel makes them just feminine enough. Obviously the battle between taupe and black was too difficult. Wouldn’t want to break my brain and all.
(Theyskens’ Theory bustier top, Alexander Wang knit bra)
With the amount of flimsy tank tops and scraggly sheer things I wear, what’s underneath really counts. Alexander Wang does lingerie so rarely that I always make sure to look out for it – usually it’s around springtime that anything is released, a couple pieces at a time if not just one. My first purchase was an elastic strap mesh layered one, last year it was a few athletically inspired pieces, and this spring it’s this ribbed knit that lies perfectly flat against the skin. So comfortable it’s addicting. Then this satin bustier top that I bought on Melrose shopping with Bryan a couple weekends ago that will be perfect layered over simple dresses, again with the thick elastic straps. Not as wearable for every day but so beautiful.
Tristan Blair Samantha wedges
I came home to these beautiful slightly mad suede wedges that Tristan Blair sent me. Can’t wait to wear them!