Dressed for: A Rainy Day at the Movies

Already Pretty outfit featuring brown cotton moto jacket, gray tunic, olive leggings, Frye Vera short, olive leather bag, pyrite necklace

Jacket – Athleta via eBaysimilarsustainable
Tunic – courtesy Gudrun Sjödén (no longer available) – similar
Leggings – David Lerner (made in U.S.)
Necklace – Cultivated Dreams
Earrings – Lockhart Wrks
Bag – Corsetsimilarsustainable
Boots – Frye Vera Short via eBay

This is the second time I wore and attempted to photograph this outfit, and the second time it rained the day I wore it. Yeesh! But the precipitation made the boots practical, and the fact that we saw the new Ghostbusters movie made the layers necessary. I saw people going into the theater carrying blankets, and I could totally relate. I love that theaters are cool refuges on hot and/or rainy summer days, but sometimes the staff can get a little over-enthusiastic with the A/C.

LOVED Ghostbusters, by the way. Kate McKinnon stole the show. Anyone else seen it yet?

Already Pretty outfit featuring brown cotton moto jacket, gray tunic, olive leggings, Frye Vera short, olive leather bag, pyrite necklace

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3 Responses to “Dressed for: A Rainy Day at the Movies”

  1. Lauren Manes

    I am just beginning to explore this leggings/skinny jeans, tunic top/dress, shorter jacket situation. I came here to browser for ideas and am pleased to find this so recent! It looks great.

    And yes I LOVED GHOSTBUSTERS.

  2. Moral Fibres

    I am the kind of person that takes a blanket to the cinema! Or at least a large scarf that can double as a blanket! Got to keep the comfort up! And love your outfit.

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