Thursday, January 19, 2017

Adrien: Casual To A Fault.

Quick update to yesterday's post: I will definitely be doing a two-week micro wardrobe challenge thing! I'll post an update about it on Monday with my chosen wardrobe which will not include culottes.

Hey, look! It's another super lazy casual outfit. I wore this last Saturday for brunch and a movie:

My sweater is an Everlane cashmere v-neck which has been a really solid purchase. Everlane cashmere is good quality and now they have a crewneck version that's right at $100! I'm also wearing my favorite jeans - Fidelity Sola in Coronado wash. My cost-per-wear on these has been so good that I'm dying for another pair of Fidelity! This straight leg pair looks like a good deal and I love this worn-in cuffed pair. If Fidelity isn't in your budget I should point out that the lighter shades of the Old Navy Rockstar "Built-In Scupt" look pretty dang similar. 

I added a scarf for a bit of color and warmth and I think it helps make this outfit less boring. Mine is from Gap (I think?) but this one is way pretty and yaaaay for blue leopard print. Oh! And how cute is this feather print scarf? Under $20 too! On to details:

I kept it pretty simple with a Giles & Brother hook pendant which isn't available anymore but I do also love this G&B spike pendant and ooh, this is cute too! I'm also wearing my Lisa Freede bracelet which isn't online but this one by Vince Camuto is pretty similar and so is this one by Kenneth Jay Lane.

Hey look, my new Nike Junvenate trainers! I've worn them a few times and I totally love them. I'm also wearing a pair of black Bombas Invisibles (in the correct size this time) and they're completely invisible. The Juvenate is the perfect lightweight casual sneaker with a retro look. They come in a bunch of colors and textures - I really like this fleecy grey version but the dark olive green? Those are the best.

That's it! I promise the next one will be a bit more interesting. 

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