The 70’s called.
I let it go to voicemail.
I’ve never seen flared denim done quite like this. This pair with a frayed center split is from SJYP, a brand hailing from South Korea. (Click here to shop the blue denim & here for the black denim alternative). I recently came across this brand through W Concept, an online retailer who sells contemporary lines from emerging designers. I was immediately drawn to the site’s collection, and also love it a a platform for up & coming designers. There’s a plethora of inspiration from their lookbooks & concepts.
The timeless duo: the white tee & denim done in infinite ways. Name a better duo.
Here I’ve styled it with a cropped blouse from a piece in Janey Lopaty‘s vintage archive. I added a color element with the Off-White industrial belt. With a new drop, their accessories fly off the digital shelves, but they’ve recently released variations of the industrial belt along with different color options. I incorporate this piece quite frequently into my wardrobe, whether it’s to cinch my waist in a dress, hold up my pants or even over a jacket (when the heat is forgiving).
I’ve been living in my Senso boots these days. If you guys watched my Iceland vlog, I wore nothing but the Sabine boots throughout my trip. They’ve walked continents with me. It was an instant crush with the oversized buckle and chic pointed toe. & They’ve done it again. Next obsession being the Talulah boot. Their geometric heel gets me every time. This pair has a block heel with a corset-tie detailing along the side and a hi-shine glossy finish. Chic power shoe to the T.