Vanessa Bruno double-layer top : Serfontaine shorts : Colonial Madness boots : thrifted bag and bracelets from The Guild Shop : citrine ring from Erica's Jewelry : Target wrap ring : Urban Outfitters bar ring : Skagen rose gold watch
I'm starting to feel that maybe less is more. Lately, I've been drawn to muted colors, clean lines, and drapey fabrics rather than the usual bright colors and whimsical prints. I'm going to go on a whim here and say that certain Scandinavian blogs and Kate Lanphear may have a hand in the evolution of my wardrobe. As I color code my closet (yes, I think I'm being more OCD as ever), I'm noticing a larger section of blacks, grays, and whites. I'm currently in the process of a closet transformation. Had a major overhaul down at Buffalo Exchange the other day and boy, did it feel satisfying to let all that go. Whatever doesn't sell gets donated which makes parting with the clothes that much easier knowing that they may go to a home that actually needs them.
French designers have also played a major part in my growing love for soft fabrics and effortless looks. Vanessa Bruno, Isabel Marant, and IRO are just some of my current designer faves.
And no, I still can't believe my luck in finding this Alexander "Diego" bag look-a-like (minus the studs). I've been looking for a bag in this same exact color and not only did I find one in the softest pebble leather but in great condition for only 6 bucks at my favorite resale shop. Seriously, I have decided that The Guild Shop is officially my treasure trove. I always seem to leave with something amazing.