I’m in love with these blush pants (or let’s be honest, they are actually pink). I love the dusty rose color, and the loose, baggy fit. Wearing pink pants when you are not a four year old girl any more almost feels rebellious. And since I’m someone who is completely devoted to her skinny jeans (any color), I actually surprised even myself how much I enjoy wearing baggy pants.
I’ve been wanting a white blazer for a while and admiring this linen one from J. Crew specifically from afar. I told myself that it’s too white for a mother of a small kid and that I’ll end up, inevitably, getting something on it that won’t come out.
When it comes to style, or most things, I’m a minimalist. I like clean and simple. But this summer, I’ve completely fallen in love with folk embroidery and my new folk embroidery dress.
Opposites attract. And mixing delicate with chunky is a secret style weapon (like mixing high and low). So mixing high heels and a sweater, like these delicate, strappy heels and a super chunky sweater, always appeals to me. Examples of mixing opposites are everywhere on style blogs – like a biker leather jacket paired with a long, flowing dress, or tall boots and a short summer dress, or a suite jacket and worn-out jeans. But those are not the only styling tricks you can use.
With a full-time job and a kid under 4, I’m always focused on putting together a minimal workweek outfit that is also on-trend. Dressing minimally takes away a lot of the anxiety of piecing together complicated outfits. But I still make sure to look fashionable.