by now we’ve all probably heard this audio in the background of a bevy of style reels (or if you’re young and hip -tik toks), and albeit tardy, i even jumped on board and used said viral soundbite to create my most recent reel. while the audio can be a bit taxing on the ears, i do agree with the sentiments. i mean, obviously, just look at these photos! i’m wearing the same tank, the same jeans, and the same flats in two different colors. clearly if i like something, i’ll just grab it in a different color.
though it may seem excessive, i have come to learn that if i really really love something and it fits well and i wear it all the time, it’s worth it to me to purchase it in an additional color (or colors). sometimes finding that hero piece is a long process so when you do find a garment that speaks to your soul, why not duplicate that feeling as many times as possible?
h&m ribbed tank (similar) || citizens of humanity horseshoe jeans in savahn wash (size down! wearing a 25 -also available here & here) || loeffler randall ballet flats in black (TTS) || amazon sunglasses
h&m tank (similar) || citizens of humanity horseshoe jeans in magnolia wash (size down! wearing a 25 -also available here) || loeffler randall ballet flats in safari (TTS) || amazon sunglasses
as you know, my love for these jeans runs deep. the light wash was so good to snag before summer’s end but i’m excited to style the darker wash for fall/winter. speaking of styling, after contemplating jumping aboard the western boot trend this season, i’ve decided that my go-to autumn-transition-into-san-diego-winter shoe is the ballet flat. while they’re an investment, i’ve been so pleased by the comfort and quality of these flats. so much so that i bought them in three colors to rotate in my wardrobe. seeing as “winter” is a relative term here in southern california, i know i can probably get away with wearing these flats with denim throughout our coldest months (aka january-march), but i recently saw flats paired with a sweet feminine sock like these and i’m kind of digging the idea of layering them under my cropped jeans to keep my feet warm during rainy season.