Whether they’re skinny, high waisted, bootcut or flared, my go-to pants always seem to be a pair of durable jeans. Currently, I can’t get enough of boyfriend jeans. To be honest, I was initially skeptical about boyfriend jeans, since I was so comfortable in my everyday skinnies. It seemed so weird wearing such loose, baggy jeans.
It took me a bit of time to figure out how to style these, but now I have a series of different bf jean looks I’d love to share with y’all over the next couple of weeks.
This look is based on a plain white tee… Well, actually it’s a graphic tee… Wait, no, it’s def a pizza tee. Anyway, my point is that the easiest way to rock your boyfriend jeans is to pair it with a simple T-shirt.
Oh but let me tell you, my pizza tee is my favorite tee. #pizzalover4lyf
Flowers: one of the most basic and essential parts of nature, symbolizing the free spirit living within all of us. Exploring this vast wonder known as Earth is one of the key ways to maintain a positive mindset and truly embrace every aspect of life. So, get ready…get set…adventure!
I know that for a lot of people, including myself, wearing bold-colored lips, or even just lipstick in general, can feel a little scary. So my next few posts are going to showcase some of my favorite lip colors, and then give you tips about how to wear them.
For this look, my lipstick of choice is a matte beige-nude, Velvet Teddy by MAC. I went for a simple outfit, grey tank and pale denim with my red Converse for a pop of color. This lip color is perfect for every day and special occasions alike.
The British Invasion lives on in Nordstrom’s latest pop-in: Brit Pop-in. Inspired by the UK music scene in the ’60s, ’70s and ’90s, Olivia Kim has curated some rad pieces from British-born Topshop and Topman, and they’re only available at Nordstrom. Take a look!
For the ladies:
The Topshop collection includes graphic tees, floral prints and plastic raincoats.
The easy shape. We love the silhouette of this dress—it isn’t too fitted, which makes it easy to wear, but the shorter hem keeps the look fresh and flirty.
The bell sleeves. When we look at these sleeves, we can’t help but think about the ’60s and ’70s. We love that this little dress incorporates that boho style while still making it modern and new.
The breezy style. We can’t attribute the dress’s airy nature to just one element—everything works together here to create a carefree look we can’t pass up. If you have a free-spirited spring/summer in front of you, you’re gonna want this dress in your closet.
It’s been surprisingly warm and sunny in SoCal these past few weekends, so my friends and I decided we just had to take an adventure to the beach to lounge around and soak up some Vitamin D.
My friends and I are Urth Caffe addicts. If you ever find yourself in Cali, I 100% recommend trying it out. So of course we stopped there for lunch. My belly was happy as could be after a delish Spanish latte and yum quesadilla.
Not even gonna lie. The struggle was real while walking through the sand. I may have even broken a sweat. But on a side note, how stunning is Sherrine!? I mean, can you say eyebrows on FLEEEEKK?
It was my first time going to Santa Monica Pier, and although my friends and I passed on going on any rides (we were still in an Urth-induced food coma) taking in all the bright, fun colors and the gorgeous ocean view were enough to make this girl one happy camper.
Oh, don’t mind Ellie, she’s just searching for some hot surfer boys. Ya know, the usual.
And the day ended with us twirling our toes in the water and laughing about anything and everything. I mean, we’re at the beach…how could we not be happy?
As you all can tell from my OOTD posts, I love the oversized trend. Here are a couple of my favorite street style looks from New York Fashion Week (NYFW) that showcase this trend:
This is exactly what I imagine when I think “street style in New York.” It hits all the marks: all black, oversized jacket and sunnies, grid patterns and a wide-brimmed hat. On top of all that, she is wearing a red lip. Her hair is perfectly tucked back, which lets the focus stay on her outfit.
This look is a little more boho. Who needs a jacket when you’ve got an oversized turtleneck? Her high-low skirt has just enough drape that she’s not drowning in fabric.
I love the black-and-white trend and I love oversized clothing, and these two looks give the perfect blend of both.
We meet again for my very last cold shoulder look…
I think this outfit captures the ‘new bohemian’ trend that’s huge right now. You know, boho pieces but with a more modern twist? Everything’s still very flowy, but think black and white, bold jewelry and altogether a contemporary, minimalist feel.
I really hope you guys enjoyed this chopped-up cold-shoulder series.
I’d love to thank the lovely Billie Nelson for photographing this entire series!