(Vintage Escada cardigan, T Alexander Wang tank, Isabel Marant skirt, Theyskens’ Theory Alito boots, Theory bag, Weekday earring, Céline Audrey sunglasses)
Not sure I’ve ever worn this many colors that mice come in at once before. I dressed this structured Isabel skirt down with one of my favorite thrift store finds of all time. Cocoon blankets over summer outfits = perfect for LA’s take on winter.
(Zara cropped sweater, vintage Levi’s, Chloé nude sandals, Goyard tote, Ray-ban Outsiders Oversized Wayfarers)
Some of the best jeans are the ones you meant to turn into one more pair of microscopic shorts but didn’t. I found these at Jet Rag on La Brea earlier this year and just got around to chopping them off to what I think is a length that’s gonna work for me. Worn with a current season super fuzzy Zara sweater and my endlessly useful Chloé sandals.
(Céline Audrey sunglasses, Stone Cold Fox top, Ksubi Alberceque shorts, Wego Harajuku slipons and angora beanie)
Shot in a time warp on the way out to Santa Monica on a November summer day (?!). Wearing a stack of your favorite things at once is sometimes a valid way to get dressed if you don’t think about it too hard. Slight winterization courtesy of the holy grail of fuzzy slouchy beanies which I picked up in Harajuku in the amount of three. And all I found out about Americas Finest Products is that a dull whirring is involved in creating them.
(Alexander Wang hooded mohair shrug, T Alexander Wang chiffon tank, Lover shorts)
Mohair has never been more worth the fluff in your mouth syndrome before this sweater. Blanket-like and double thick to perfection. I ended up in Malibu tonight in my staple silk separates and this was just the thing to both keep me warm and turn my pajamas into something worth shooting against the painted red sky. Somewhat of a wild card piece but also weirdly something I pictured being able to wear 20,000 different ways upon sight.
(Made by a Friend of Mine Danger dress, Wego slip-ons)
How to make body conscious look fresh: generic slip-ons from Harajuku and some of that pale Venice Blvd. sunshine. Plus Friend of Mine just does it right in the first place. Called the Danger dress for a reason, careful how you walk in this one..
(Lovers + Friends for Revolve Fun Times Jacket, Isabel Marant for H&M tank and sweatpants, Phillip Lim shearling clutch, Barbara Bui biker boots)
Today in and around downtown LA. Something about validating a tank and sweats combination with a double take is-that-an-animal bag, a simple jacket, and badass boots feels like you’re cheating the world in the best way. I’ve been a little obsessed with these pants since returning from Paris, see them styled with the matching top and a silver mesh belt over this way.
(Reformation Ozone dress, Céline sandals and sunglasses, OPI nail polish in You Don’t Know Jacques, jewelry by Loren Stewart, Cartier, and Made Her Think)
I’m so loving these days in LA before fashion month, I’m making sure to soak it all in before leaving for Stockholm on Saturday. Part of this translates to slipdresses and stilts in the afternoon sunshine, part of it is trying to pitch weird versions of tents in my backyard. This Reformation dress might look familiar, I wore the black version of it for a good part of Coachella and life in general so the navy plaid seemed felt like a good way to stockpile. Shot by Echo Park’s beautiful but also haunted looking houses today.
(Mademoiselle Zaria tank, Elizabeth and James silk pants, Manolo Blahnik Chaos sandals, Sonia Rykiel sunglasses, Acne clutch, OPI polish in Black Onyx)
These basically pajamas would have been borderline socially unacceptable with any type of flat but slightly enhanced with the simple Chaos sandal I think it seems like I decided to wear this all on purpose. In public. The tank is from one of my favorite LA brands Mademoiselle, the pants I’ve been trying to figure out a good time to wear for a few months and this nine zillion degree week here was it.
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