Plaid and leather can definitely be a punk-y combination, especially if we’re talking red and black buffalo plaid with black leather. But due to a warmer color palette this look is a little more Fancy Lady Lumberjack, I think. I wonder if THAT look will ever be trendy …
A year later, I’m still so excited to have scored this leather jacket on eBay. It’s originally from Victoria’s Secret, and surprisingly soft and well-made in addition to being that perfect shade of cognac. Oh, cognac. I may never drink you, but I sure do love to wear you.
Can you tell I’m feeling a little scattered this week? It’s like Brain Popcorn in here.
This is one of two similar tunics I picked up during my spring visit to the gr.dano flagship with Audi, and I love it with my whole heart. That gracefully curved asymmetric hem is such a great partner to slim jeans and chunky booties. It’s a pretty lightweight fabric, but I’m really hoping it’ll layer well so I can wear it into the winter.
And the bag was one of my only DIY projects that actually turned out better than I’d hoped it would! I’m working on a post describing the process …
Oh, Birkenstocks. I wore you for all of high school and college, destroyed my single brown pair with years of wear and abuse, and wrote you off as a shoe of my past. And now you are trendy. Like Vogue trendy. And when I found myself in need of a pair of on-your-feet-for-eight-hours comfy black sandals, I figured hey. Why not? This Gizeh style is a little sleeker looking than the old style Arizonas I wore as a kid, but just as supportive and comfy. And since I fully expect a late summer heat wave – we always get one in September – these will earn their keep before getting shelved for the winter.
Anyone wearing Birks for the second time around? Or did you wear them all the way through, trends be damned?