The answer to all of your trans-seasonal dressing problems? The boyfriend jean.
I always get excited at the start of a new season, especially when spring is in the air. A flash of the ankle is a clever way to approach summers big reveal. Now I know what you’re all thinking, spring has just officially sprung. Let’s be honest: getting dressed during the spring months can be a little hard when it comes to describing the unpredictable weather. Do we wear sweaters or short-sleeves? Is it too hot for leather? Will I look like a baby prostitute if I wear cut-offs with stilettos? so many questions one must ask themselves while getting dressed.
Let’s face it ladies: Sometimes getting dressed cab be a bit of a headache. Whether you have an overflowing closet, or take the more minimalist approach when it comes to fashion, there’s no denying that occasionally we all get what we like to call “dressers block” (yes it’s equivalent to writers block). Often, getting stumped when it comes to putting together the chicest outfit has less to do with not having the right items, but simply more to do with knowing how to put them together. We all own those statement pieces that we can’t go without wearing over and over again.
Nothing educes the kind of happiness like whipping out my summer uniform as I’d like to call it, you know a blazer, vintage cut-offs or boyfriend jeans, single sole pumps, and an over-sized menswear inspired button down, preferably my boyfriends shirt. Nothing. You get where I’m going with this right? OK.
From the most unique, never before seen shoe of the season by Isabel Marant, mixing prints to tastefully, let’s repeat that tastefully showing a sliver of stomach or ankle cleavage, I guarantee you these pointers will help on how to create outfits that are both masculine and chic this spring.