I rarely shop in-store anymore, but one weekend I strolled into H&M and found these sandals and pants. Usually, I’d shy away from buying these two items online because it’s difficult to tell how the quality/fit will be. I was amazed by the fit of the jeans — they were a bit long, so I trimmed a few inches off with scissors. Unfortunately, there’s very few sizes left, but this pair from J.Crew look promising. As for the shoes, they were comfy and the perfect heel height made them walkable and flattering on the feet.
Through lots of trial and error, I’ve finally found a skincare routine that I can stand behind. I have sensitive, combination skin (oily T-zone with dry patches all over). Check out what I’ve been using and my thoughts on them below!
I was having a real Pretty Woman moment when I slipped into this dress. Unfortunately, it’s currently sold out, but I found a similar sleeveless version here. I like that the silhouette feels a bit more modern and will transition nicely into the hot summer months. Since I often wear unstructured styles, I’ve been pairing a belt bag with my outfits. It’s an easy way to create a waist — all while being hands free!
Tyler and I take any opportunity to travel up and down the California coast. The ocean views and forest-filled drives make the winding roads (hello, car sickness) well worth it. Before our trip up Highway 1, we ordered a pair of Timberlands from Macy’s . I was pleasantly surprised with how supportive these sandals were — usually my feet slide around in strappy shoes. And On multiple occasions, Tyler reminded me how comfy his boots were and how the fit was on point. In fact, he raved about them so much, I’m thinking about ordering a pair of my own.
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While the San Francisco temperatures may not match the rest of country when it comes to spring/summer, throwing these espadrilles on makes any outfit feel seasonally appropriate. I’ve owned these Soludos for a few years now and they’re my go-to for any weekend getaway. I also love how I can wear them jeans or a sundress if I’m headed to wine country. They run true to size (I’m wearing a 7.5) and I always wear an ankle sock with them. They don’t have much support, but I find them totally walkable as I’m exploring new places.
I’ve been swapping out my dark layers with light hues like blush and white for spring. And since there’s been a shortage of “no jacket” days in San Francisco carrying a light jacket is pretty much mandatory. I dug up this cardigan that I bought last fall — unfortunately it’s sold out, but here are a few similar options: one, two, three. Speaking of seasonal outerwear, I’ve been getting a ton of wear out of this white utility jacket from Everlane.
This year has been crazy busy and I’ve been lagging with the new content. Excuses aside, below are some of my favorite looks from the past few weeks. Current closet faves: Aerie sweatshirts and Everlane flats.
I’m fairly picky when it comes to graphic tees, but found a goldmine at Zara. The lines were clean, minimal, and versatile enough to not get tired of the print over time. I paired it back with embroidered denim (these are probably my current favorite pants). The fit is on point and they’re true to size (I’m wearing a size 25). This is my second pair of GRLFRND Denim and I have a hunch I’ll be purchasing more!