I’m all about jumpsuits, whether printed or more sleek-looking like this one. The fact that I can throw it on and dress it up or down makes it the perfect from day to play piece. With the right accessories, I can take this look from work to happy hour and anything in between. The ultimate holiday staple if you ask me.
[jacket: h&m (old, but love this) pants: madewell (love these) top: equipment neckerchief: vintage shoes: ysl bag: mansur gavriel jewels: jennifer meyer, alexis russell, c/o amy waltz designs and tory burch]
You know when you want to wear something simple, but then you realize it might be too laidback? It’s sort of become my daily dilemma. But sometimes all an outfit really needs is just one added piece. Case in point: my neckerchief, which gives my look a completely different vibe. It’s basically become my go to in the last few weeks, and now I’ll be on the hunt to find ’em in every color of the rainbow.
[top: madewell (similar here) blazer: vintage (love this & this) pants: madewell (similar here) shoes: jack purcell converse sunnies: asos (similar here) jewels: jennifer meyer, alexis russell, c/o amy waltz designs and tory burch]
The term “off duty” has been thrown around the industry for some time now, basically referring to all the It models who not only rule the runways, but the streets with their impeccable “off duty” style. Think easy basics, from perfectly tailored blazers to simple kicks, these girls know the importance of sticking to staples that always work together. As my style continues to revolve, I’ve realized just how much I’m inspired by these sort of laid back looks.Case in point: this totally easy outfit I wore over the weekend. Even though it’s low key, the blazer helps make it feel more pulled together.
Psst! Shopbop‘s crazy good holiday sale has officially started! Stock up on your own off duty pieces at a fraction of the cost.