I feel like my style is a swinging pendulum, going from super girly and feminine to very casual and androgynous. I think it stems from the fact that I am a creature of comfort, preferring cozy sweaters and leggings, yet I also love to curate my vintage shop chock full of florals and peter pan collars which overflows into what I wear daily as well. While I always feel the need to "define" my style, why is that actually necessary? I think I'll just settle with wearing whatever I feel like at the moment. I guess there's not always a need for defining labels, as this is a "personal" style blog - its all mine!
Outfit Details :Army Green Pants - c/o Oasap // Shoes - Converse High Tops // Backpack Herschel // Sweater - thrifted // Plaid Shirt -super old! // Hat - Polo Sport, borrowed from R
Just had to throw that out there. As for the outfit, I guess you can see which end the style pendulum was swinging towards on this day! Living in a small studio space which is also my office and shop, storage space is at a minimum, which means I often "lose" items of clothing jammed way in the back of my teeny victorian closets. So was the case with my Converse sneakers. Now that they have been found again, you'll probably be seeing a lot more of them! These army green pants I just received in the mail from Oasap, and boy are they warm! I wish I had them earlier in the season, as they are fully lined in a soft, thick fleece material on the inside. And while this does wonders for warmth, I'm not sure it does wonders for self esteem, as it was like trying to pull on three pairs of pants at the same time! They actually have a cute black contrasting waistband and pockets which you can see better on the listing page here. I also see that they are on sale for only $18, so if you live in a cold climate and are a fan of fleece lining, I would recommend these pants but I would recommend going up a size (these are a large).
Anyway, hope you all are having a great week!