My favorite way to do dresses? 90s style. I picked out this summery button-up from Showpo after watching way too much Frasier one day, and it's come in handy with all the sunshine we've been having in Seattle. I don't know what happened to our normal daily rain, but anytime it wants to come back, it's more than welcome.
I honestly never thought I would veer from my traditional favorite pair of jeans—the skinnies—but when Abercrombie asked me to try out some of their new silhouettes, I thought this pair was too hip to ignore. They're called the Stovepipe, which I'm guessing is due to the shape of the straight leg. I wore them to Saturday brunch on a warm day in Minneapolis, styled with a boyish striped tee and my new favorite shoes. Easy breezy!
My friend Spencer recently started his own business, and as one of his early supporters I've been happy to rep his brand around Seattle and beyond wearing hats and more hats. I styled this tee in my favorite color combination—black and white—with a skirt and silk bomber for afternoon coffee in sort of a mashed up dressy/edgy/casual look.
I've gotten into tees a lot this summer, picking them up as souvenirs emblazoned with graphics of new places I visit like Nashville and Laguna Beach. I used to wear t-shirts all the time in high school, and then seemed to grow out of it when I moved to a new city and started an office job. However, when you find a good fit, band tees or graphic tees make a great conversation starter, since people want to find out why you like what you like! Conveniently for me, Spencer and I were both born in 1991, so you can bet I'll pretty much be wearing anything this guy makes....especially the must-have Ray-Ban sunnies pin on everything I own.