Jacket & Pants - Korean
T-shirt - Urban Outfitters
Belt - Ike's Underground
Écharpe - Espace Kiliwatch
Shoes - Low Vintage
Apologies for the brief radio silence. I finally got the blog to a place where I don't need to post every single day for more than just my mother to drop by, so I'm slowing down the publishing schedule to make content as awesome as possible. Not that it isn't always simply captivating.
Fashion show! Fashion show! Fashion show at lunch! That's literally what you're looking at here, thanks to my friend and impromptu photographer, Celeste. I tore apart my apartment last night trying to assemble something work-appropriate and chill-ready (most of my fall wardrobe is still stashed at home, le sadface) and came up with what's as close to a suit as I'll ever wear. And I swear I'm not that photoshopped...I just turned up the exposure on my camera so it would blow out all of my imperfections. Foresight!
I picked up this teesh last night at Urban Outfitters for $2.50 (like, for total seriousness!) and another one in heathered sage. It's size XL, which brings me to point one I that want to make with this outfit: How to wear a t-shirt. My old formula: buy it tight, hope your nipples get hard at some point to draw attention to where your pecs should be. New formula: buy it oversized and drape the sh*t out of it. First, tuck a lower corner of the shirt into your waistband and artfully let it sag (I find it helps to twist one corner a little bit). Next, roll up the sleeves. Et voilà! XL is the new XS. (For further draping inspiration, Google image search Haider Ackermann.)
Point two I want to make: Mix black & brown! They're both neutrals. They look great together. The end.
Also, I just got these pants back from my tailor and I love them - maybe point three is "embrace pleats." Okay, goodbye for tonight, endless bisous~~