Can you see that sassy little split at the hem of this tunic? Such a unique detail, yet doesn’t distract from otherwise clean lines. I’ve been having fun layering it beneath jackets, but it’s super cute on its own, too. And it’s another Twice find, so secondhand. Shopping that site gets me to try brands I don’t generally consider for myself. Glad I gave this one a try!
Do you find that you’re more open, brand-wise, when shopping thrift or secondhand?
Denim jackets are surprisingly contentious. I’ve always maintained that a basic blue denim jacket is a classic piece that most women can use and wear, but just before the double-denim trend exploded all over us, many disagreed with me. This jacket is a meet-in-the-middle option: Denim material, but biker shape. A possible alternative for those who flash back to the big-shoulder 80s whenever they see a Levi’s trucker!
Are you a lover of classic denim jackets? Hope to never wear one again? Indifferent? Would you wear denim jackets that don’t look like denim jackets?
I made a promise to myself to avoid open necklines and dress warmer this winter. I adore the look of scoops and v’s and can’t seem to resist them occasionally, but I am SO much happier in several layers and a nice, big scarf. If my neck is cold, my everything is cold. This geometric pattern scarf is large and thin – just how I like ‘em – and I love that it has bold shapes in a totally neutral palette.
I feel like for most people, it’s hands, feet, or neck that need to be covered in order to achieve total body warmth. Do you fall into one of those three camps?