A flattering pair of jeans is like a man and good pizza in Los Angeles: hard to find.
Aside from the great fit and comfort, the absolute best feature about this pair of James Jeans Couture Skinnyis the extra lift it provides my less than endowed ass. Who knew very light padding sewn into the back pockets would provide that something something my rear so desparately needs and craves? KEEPER.
Taking cues from my weekend full of simple comforts, I decided to go comfortable minimalist. Guess you can tell that my love affair with color blocking continues as well!
Ever notice the order you dress yourself? Do you usually decide that you want to wear a certain shirt first and then pick your pants, or do you commit to your favorite pair of jeans and then figure out your top business? Pretty sure my thought process for this look last weekend went like this:
teal romper… because I haven’t worn it since my vacay in Hong Kong
vintage blazer… because I had paired my hot pink Dolce Vita wedges with the romper in Hong Kong and dug the color combo
Sam Edelman booties… because at this point, I had committed to color blocking and wanted to add a third color
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mom’s vintage scarf… because I had to tie everything together!
And there you have it, the dissection of how my brain works in the morning, as I stare blankly into my closet. Only this time, the process was organic and quick once I knew I was heading in the bold color blocking direction.
Thoughts on color blocking? Still into it or over it?