Sun is out after a rainy, bad week in CO. Wearing my Railcar Viper x008 jeans, a Bethany Cosentino for Urban Outfitters collab jacket, abarcas, and my favorite BETTY belt (I found it at a thrift store this summer). Richardson Pro Model umpire hat belongs to my sister- the shorter brim is really what makes this hat stand out! It has such a nice profile and is super easy to wear.
Found these high waisted railroad stripe pants by St. John’s Bay at the Goodwill Outlet World. They aren’t flattering, but they are comfortable. Kind of hybrid mom-jeans/pedal-pushers. But I love the stripes. Taupe abarcas, J. Crew leopard tank, and linen hat from Duluth Trading Co. means I’m ready for hauling clothes around and fitting models for a big show tonight!
Nastygal is having a great sale right now- I picked up a few gems this week. I love their USA-made high-waist stretch denim and this little black crop top. GiBlack abarcas, and a vintage Packers hat in honor of the start of football season!
The dawn of August and our final act of summer calls for my favorite Argentine muumuu. I bought this black cotton lounge dress in Buenos Aires years ago at a street fair and have worn it to death. I wish I had about 4 more. The thrifted linen Ralph Lauren shirt deems it appropriate to wear out of the house, otherwise with the lace straps at the top it just looks like pajamas. It’s hot, I’m sweaty and tired, and loungewear as workwear is just what is happening this weekend. Happy Friday! (Supreme hat, taupe GiBlack abarcas are still on heavy rotation.)
Yes, Scott, I’ve “been thinking about walking shorts” for a while now. Came across these vintage EJHARPER bermudas at the thrift store a while back and am still on the fence about the length. I love this vintage Moschino shirt that I cut, hemmed and cuffed the sleeves on. I want to wear it as a shirt dress too, but today It’s just tied up in front. The shirt has hearts and question marks and the MOSCHINO name running all along it. Cheeky Italians! Taupe Abarcas and my favorite Brixton summer hat set me for an imaginary European stroll.