It’s time for a week of wrap ups! First up — my most worn pieces from my summer wardrobe.
For my day to day life of working at home + running errands, I found myself reaching for these comfy staples over and over again.
I gravitate towards loose fitting graphic tees, like the Paris tee and Boheme D’Ete tee.
So I need to keep this in mind when planning my fall wardrobe. They are ridiculously comfortable + the graphic part adds effortless style and interest + I don’t have to think too hard about it.
Did I shave my underarms? Who cares — sleeves!
Did I eat one taco too many at lunch? Um … yes … but also — is there such a thing as one taco too many? No. But either way I don’t have to worry about, you know, a food baby or whatever.
The white shirt tucked into jean shorts is my new signature.
I always felt chic + comfy in this combo paired with birks and a couple of worn-in gold bangles from Madewell. Wore a version of this outfit at least once a week.
Can’t wait to translate it into a fall look!
Good fabric is worth paying for.
My grey Madewell tank top up there is pure magic. It doesn’t wrinkle!
Let me say that again: it doesn’t wrinkle.
I recently traveled to Seattle and packed, among other things, this grey tank and a white shirt from a store that shall remain nameless.
When I pulled them out of my suitcase my white shirt was a wrinkled disaster — basically unusable for the trip.
Meanwhile, my grey tank came out and practically smiled at me like a cute baby chimpanzee. It was magically wrinkle free.
Now I get why fabric matters. Good fabric = your clothes are so easy to live with + travel with + wear.
There’s no reason to be afraid of flowy shorts.
They are actually awesome + crazy versatile.
That is all.
What did you learn this summer season? Any exciting style breakthroughs to share?!