Another month has passed, and I can’t believe we’re flying toward the end of the semester. Here’s what I wore!
My favorite styling trick this month was putting a white tank top under every sweater. In my head, the under layer should be invisible, but I actually liked the contrast of conflicting necklines. Full disclosure, this was the coolest I’ve felt in months, probably because I found vintage Lee jeans that are 1) acid wash, 2) actually comfy to sit in, and 3) long enough!!! A gift from the vintage fairy godmother.
I am told that bomber jackets are “in” for spring. This actually works well for me because I’ve been in a light layer crisis this month–my jackets are too heavy! My sweaters are too light! So when I saw some cute bomber jacket round-ups, I immediately went to ThredUp to browse and found this interesting 90s version. The fabric is kind of trench coat-esque. This represents the best of my ThredUp browsing strategy: to go in with a vision but without a brand name in mind!
Does my style lean more vintage in the spring? Evidence is accumulating as I grabbed my 80s faux-leather jacket here. I think caramel with black and white is one of my favorite combos!
I would be remiss if I didn’t show you what I lived in all month, which was this Girlfriend Collective set (gifted). It was perfect for going from pilates on Youtube to working to errands to treadmill desk!
Fuzzy jacket (similar)
A color scheme emerges!
Another vintage score, this time found on ThredUp (similar vibe) and inspired by finishing season 3 of Articles of Interest, which taught me all about American preppy style (the journey is more surprising than I thought it would be!).
Now we’re just on repeats because if it works, keep wearing it instead of shopping for more (I say with deep breaths to myself!).
Last outfit was taken in a stadium bathroom because it was Taylor Swift time!!! It truly was such a fun evening. No spoilers for everyone going to upcoming shows 🙂
I hope you had a good month!!!
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