Simple outfit punched up with a little leopard.
I haven’t really taken part in the mint trend over the past year or so, mostly because I look absolutely horrific in pastel colors due to the gold undertone in my skin. However, when I came across this necklace at J.Crew Factory, I thought it would be a great addition to my jewelry arsenal while at the same time being able to add something a bit trendy into my wardrobe without going all in:
This new Theory Lanai blazer has become one of my new favorites in my closet. I needed a suit jacket to go with my unmatched Theory trousers, but I really didn’t need another classic black blazer. I opted for this collarless piece and I’m thrilled with it (so much so I even purchased it in white to see if it will fill that white blazer gap in my closet). The cut is impeccable and it goes with everything. The sleeves are a bit long, which is why the are rolled up to bracelet length here, but they seem to be an easy fix which I’ll get to when I stop being so lazy. I am wearing it in size 0, my regular Theory jacket size. It is also on sale with an additonal 20% off at Bloomingdales.com with code JUNEFRIENDS. The white twill version is on sale at Nordies with 40% off as well.
I figured I should be doing more casual EOTDs since I probably don’t do them often enough. So here’s one–something I wore for a quick coffee run:
I couldn’t help but add some spikes, studs, and leather to this preppy outfit. The necklace is my first piece of Zara jewelry. For ~$30, I was quite surprised by its weight. I’m generally not crazy about the quality of their apparel, but I definitely don’t think this will be my last piece of Zara of jewelry.