SOMEHOW, SOMEWHERE, I warmed up to minimalism. No, I'll never wear a plain blouse with a pencil skirt and call that an outfit (because it my universe it isn't) but I'll definitely consider easing off the jewelry if my sweater or beret or leather clutch hold their own (which in my universe, they do.) So here's to another nautical look featuring the French national colors because I'm predictable and unhealthily obsessed with seafaring off the coast of France just because it seems like a stylish past time, really no other reason besides that one. What? At least I'm honest. Sailors have great jobs because they get to wear cute stripey clothes all day.
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM:
Beret - YES STYLE, www.yesstyle.com
Sweater - Secondhand, Avalon Exchange
Suspenders - American Apparel
Pants - H&M
Pumps - Vintage Salvatore Ferragamo
Leather clutch- KHEELS, www.kheels.com
I'm really happy this bag exists because it gives me an excuse to wear red and blue more often. And together. I don't own a single pair of red shoes besides a beat up pair of high-top Converse, so the clutch actually encouraged me to order a pair online for the sake of having something to compliment its color scheme. A blogger's gotta do what a blogger's gotta do. And if ya got a great bag and not many clothes and shoes to match it, ya buy more stuff. Kidding - consumerism sucks. Every time you buy something new, you should give something away. My mom taught me that. She's like a pathological hoarder except in reverse. Love ya, Mom!
Everything is infinite,