(vintage silk jacket, Hanes tshirt, gifted J Brand Gigi cropped jeans, Jeffrey Campbell boots, F21/vintage/Dannijo rings)
I’ve had this leopard print deal in my closet for months now and have almost worn it as a shirt so many times..I realized this weekend how much better it looks as a flimsy blazer sort of thing instead. Life changing revelation right. The fact remains that it’s probably the top part of a slinky pajama set.
Mainly posting these photos to more efficiently answer a frequently asked question in the past couple weeks – where these boots are from. I never really saw them online but I bought them at an LF sale in La Jolla back in February along with some shapeless knits. They look kind of odd here as if they’re navy/brown but they’re actually black on (brownish) black I promise. I must be re-in love with them again cause they just got tossed into my suitcase for Tokyo. Eight hours left to sleep, finish packing, and get to the airport.
Ruby Boutique (one of my favorite brands out of New Zealand) sent over the Wednesday dress from their Bedrock collection. Not sure if it really is named after my favorite Addams family member but the sheer netted sequins and full skirt make for the perfect party dress. Accessorized with Urban Decay liquid liner, tiny vintage Chanel, UO knot headband, and Sam Edelman wedge boots. And a Jeep Wrangler, I guess.
(Topshop maxi dress, Forever 21 necklace as headband, Lowluv/vintage/Astley Clarke necklaces, Jeffrey Campbell boots)
At the Sofitel before going out to dinner earlier this week, screwing around with one of the gag gifts that Free People gave us. This pig shoots balls out of it’s mouth at a pretty good velocity. A few of you asked about this dress a couple posts down, I got it a while ago and left it lying around it my closet before finally getting it altered (really depressing when the smallest size is still too big at the chest). Strangely one of my favorite default pieces to wear now.
(gifted Obakki shirt, Silence+Noise corset, random tights and shorts)
Sheer buttondowns are a staple in my wardrobe to the point of overcrowding but the foldover collar and sort of denim print on this Obakki piece set it apart. Actually make that a cowlneck as shown on their site but I’ve never excelled in buttoning things completely..I like the way it sits when undone…and this corset is suddenly extremely useful after sitting untouched for over a year. Weird how that happens.