Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Blue / Gray / Leather

I was so confident that today's outfit is a head-to-toe copy of some photo I've run across in the past. Turns out, what I pulled from memory is an outfit created using various inspiration sources (one, two, three) -- leather pants here, gray sweater there, and finishing off with blue suede shoes. I'll take this as an early warning sign that I need to start eating more anti-aging food.
gray cowlneck sweater, chambray shirt, faux leather pants, blue suede pumps
sunglasses: Walmart aviator (similar)
lips: Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in blushing mauve (sold here)
sweater: Gap cowlneck (sold here - $13.99 w/code GAPHELLO)
shirt: Gap chambray tailored shirt (similar - 30% off w/code GAPHELLO)
rings: H&M (sold here)
pants: Blank NYC faux leather skinny (sold at Nordstrom / Zappos / Revolve Clothing / Piperlime)
bag: Balenciaga city (sold at NM / Barneys)
shoes: Sole Society Desirae almond toe pump (sold here)

5 comments:

  1. I love how you have added a pop of colour with your shoes.

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  2. Love the pants on you! I think we're about the same size - would you mind sharing what size you took in these? Also, are they terribly clingy/plasticy/do they breathe? Thank you!

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    1. Of course! I'm wearing sz 26 in these faux leather pants. I'm typically 24/00 in LOFT jeans and probably sz 25 in most designer jeans (haven't tried any as of late, so I'm taking a wild guess). I feel like the Blank NYC spray on skinnies run a tad larger than this faux leather pair, but not by much (I'm wearing 26 in both pairs). I think they look pretty "real" in person, and not plastic-y at all, and quite soft to the touch. A great alternative to real leather pants, I'd say :) Hope that helps!

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  3. i love the way you've styled this turtleneck! the pops are color are so fun and it definitely goes great with the faux leather pants here :)

    love your blog and how relatable your style is!

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