Earnest Sewn jeans, Everlane Langley tank, Jenni Kayne brogues
My current favorites.
Fun fact: this is the only pair of jeans I own that didn’t need the waist taken in. If you’re living the “way past the golden ratio of waist to hips” life, you’ll understand why this is worthy of mention.
The new Harvestland fall colorway at Everlane has landed.
Inspired by the colors of American farmlands, the palette is warm, beautiful and very neutral friendly (!!!). Naturally, several items are being considered for spots in my fall edit. I love Everlane for making things you can live in, so I’m going to be mulling over what to add for a while.
*this is a Southern California thing, but I can’t help but think of it when I see Harvestland.
Emerson Fry totally gets me. Season after season, I look to the line for great pieces and styling to ogle. Her girl always looks so cool. The clothes have simple but interesting silhouettes, are impeccably tailored, and are all (with the exception of the shoes) made in the U.S.A.
If I had to spend the rest of my days in head-to-toe EF, I wouldn’t complain. It’s all just too good.
Head to their blog to read interviews with the designer about the fall collection, why she chooses the materials she does, and lots of collages with succulents peppered throughout.
Grey coats are having a moment on my Pinboard. I like the idea of something roomy to throw over light shirts instead of a sweatshirt or cardigan. Gives off that “I tried although I didn’t actually try” vibe. The shoes I thought were nice.
Clockwise from top left:
Emerson Fry Fall 14 Topper Coat (early access sign up here) + cobra embossed Thin Strap Heels
Christophe Lemaire Tweed Coat via The Line (check out the Building a Timeless Wardrobe article)
Étoile Isabel Marant boyfriend coat via The Working Girl
Life with Bird coat via The Chronicles of Her (another post on wardrobe refinement)
ASOS Oversized Wrap Coat via Modern Legacy