I cannot count how many fashion related articles I read throughout the past year (you know, way back in 2015) that discussed the concept of dismissing the importance placed on and or value of wearing figure flattering clothing. Like a whisper constantly in my ear, the crowd said: ‘Disregard how clothing looks on your body. Focus on how the clothing makes you feel’. Everywhere I turned, the same mantra seemed to be on repeat over and over again: ‘Who cares how it makes you look? Wear it anyway’.
Already Pretty outfit featuring Star Wars t shirt, joggers, brown ankle boots, leather messenger bag
Jacket – thrifted – similar – sustainable
Tee – Brooklyn Industries (organic cotton)
Coated denim skinnies – J.Brand via eBay
Boots – Parnu courtesy ECCO
Bag – Sharo – same bag in tan – sustainable
Earrings – Adriana Soto
Coat (below) – Burberry via eBay
My dear friend Tehilah sneakily bought me this shirt while I was trying stuff on at Brooklyn Industries. (We spent a week in New York back in October, a few photos on Instagram.) I was surprised to find that most of the items in the store were made in Peru, not, ya know, Brooklyn. But this tee is organic cotton and screen-printed in New York, so it checks two boxes.