Vintage Rompers


[romper: vintage nicole miller shoes: leifsdottir hat: topshop bag: alexander wang jewels: jennifer meyer]

I’ve always loved rompers. They’re comfortable, playful, easy—everything. I’ve had this vintage one for years and I always seem to go back to it. I love the stripes and black flowy bottom, it feels casual but can easily be dressed up for going out. I’ve worn it with a leather jacket, a denim one, you name it. And every time, it always feels fresh (probably one of the reasons I’ve held onto it for so long).







[romper: urban outfitters blazer: joie (old but similar here) shoes: madewell (want these) bag: rebecca minkoff (mini version here) jewels: jennifer meyer]

I’m kind of embarrassed to say this, but, I’ve had this blazer for a year and this is the first time I’m wearing it. How crazy is that? It didn’t feel right to wear it during the winter, but now that it’s spring and the weather is heating up, it only seemed appropriate the whip this baby out. Even though the print is a little out there, the cut is classic, which makes it easy to style. I can wear it over rompers, dresses, with a pair of shorts, or a skirt—you name it. I’m excited that I’ll finally be able to get some use out of it, it’s been long enough!





It’s Time for Cut-Off Shorts!


[top: forever 21 (old) shorts: vintage bag: madewell sunnies: c/o warby parker shoes: madewell (love these too) jewels: jennifer meyer]

We’ve been having some seriously gorgeous weather (not that we had any sort of winter, really) but it just didn’t feel right to whip out my cut-off shorts so early. But since it’s officially spring, why the heck not! I love these shorts, I lived in them last summer. They seriously go with everything—my only complaint is that I wish they weren’t vintage so I could have multiple pairs. I love that I can throw on a cute top and minimal accessories and feel put together. And since it’s only gonna get hotter, this sort of outfit—easy, lightweight, and comfortable—will be what I live in for the next few months.