|Jeans: Democracy, Tank top: Joie, Blazer: Kenneth Cole Reaction, Shoes: Target, Scarf: Nordstrom, |
Sunglasses: Kate Spade, Earrings: Simon Sebbag, Bracelets: J.Crew
I swear to god, this blazer gets bigger and more oversized every time I wear it. Which isn't to say I don't love it. I do — especially paired with this equally loose feather-print silk tank top and summery scarf. But because seems to grow magically larger when ever I take it off, it's often forced to spend much of its life hanging in my closet, unworn and unloved. I always feel like I'm playing dress-up when I wear it. Or like I'm Tom Hanks in Big when he's all of a sudden a little kid again, but still wearing giant, grown-up sized clothes. You'd think something that makes me feel tiny would get more play since my style aesthetic is pretty much defined by super tight pants and loose, flowy tops that could potentially double as a maternity smocks. I don't care what anyone says, that's the most comfortable outfit there is. Other than sweatpants, obviously. Sweatpants win every time.