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Unfussy Classics.

I may have over-indexed on florals and embroidery over the past few seasons, but I always balance trends with lots of classic stripes, solids, and denim. Below, a few of my favorite finds in this unfussy vein:

STRIPED BOX CUT TEE ($30!)

NAVY SUPERGAS

ECRU WIDE LEG JEANS

LIGHTWEIGHT UTILITY JACKET (LOOK FOR LESS HERE)

LINEN POPOVER

MIDI SHIRTDRESS

SKINNY DENIM OVERALLS

NAVY BLAZER

GARMENT-DYED HAT

CHUNKY CARDIGAN ($125 – BUT LOOKS LIKE IT COST MUCH MORE)

KHAKI TIE-WAIST JUMPSUIT

LONG-SLEEVED WHITE TEE OR STRIPED TEES FROM THE SAME NEW-TO-ME BRAND — CURIOUS TO SEE HOW THESE COMPARE TO MY BELOVED KULES

UTILITY SHORTS

NAVY BELTED SHIRTDRESS

CANVAS STRIPED TOTE

KHAKI SHADES

STRIPED TEE DRESS ($20!)

STRIPED SWEATER ($60!)

P.S. Denim for spring and more classics for your wardrobe.

P.P.S. Nothing and everything

P.P.P.S. Slices of joy: “Happiness doesn’t have to be a constant overarching feeling.  It can come as sweet, short moments throughout your day.”

6 Comments

  1. This is my preferred mode of dressing on most days, though I tend to sprinkle in more “fussy”, feminine pieces as well (often inspired by you!) I have actually been debating a pair of navy Supergas this season, but have been gravitating towards the very slightly chunkier 2630 model. I am trying to wait until my current pair of navy sneaks bite the dust, though!

    Also, I own the Alex Mill Nico cardigan in 2 colors (!) and love love love that silhouette. I would even consider getting another one if I had space! Haha! I’ve been consistently impressed with the quality and cut of my Alex Mill pieces over the past couple of years … they’ve pretty much replaced J.Crew for me as a go-to for this type of classic, but still current, piece.

    Oh! I also took the plunge recently and bought two of the AYR French Fry tees and they are WONDERFUL. They’re definitely cut on the roomy side, but I generally like that, so I have been wearing them a lot!

    xx

    1. Oo so chic! Have been so curious about Ayr but reluctant to cede my Kule obsession…now I might be teetering closer to testing!!

      xx

    2. Yes!! I have had KULE tees too, and have found that they’re cut much slimmer than the AYRs. Just a note on fit in case you do decide to try 🙂 Also, the AYRs are made of the softest pima cotton, which is also a plus in my book! Can you tell I’m a striped-tee hoarder?!

      xx

  2. I love every single item in this post – well done Jen!! I may need a few pieces to refresh and transition my wardrobe into my post baby body

    1. Yay!!! So glad! Thanks for letting me know and congrats on the baby!! xx

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