Gryphon Skirt
Elie Tahari Francesca Skirt

Derek Lam Sandals

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Helmut Lang Geometric Knit Tank in Ivory

Derek Lam Odesa Lace Up Sandals in Gray - Worn before here with Bikini Thief bikini and Nightcap crochet shorts, here with Free People dress, and here with Quail skirt and Henry Beguelin necklace

Itty Bitty Bra Bralette in Black - Thanks to Itty Bitty Bra

Little Darlings Hawaii Allie Earrings in Green - Thanks to Little Darling Designs

Siwy Madeleine Cut off Shorts in Falcon's Eye

J. Crew Skinny Leather Belt in Metallic Green

Chanel Classic Sunglasses in Brown - Last seen here with Gryphon skirt and Givenchy wedges

I went to the salon to get my hair trimmed with my favorite girl Shirley and then met up with my boyfriend who snapped these photos afterward.  Shirley really liked my shoes and she has no idea how many pairs I actually own, nor does she know about Fashion Snag.  Sometimes I am tempted to tell her, but I am really good at keeping secrets.  Shirley is afraid to cut too many inches off my hair, but whenever I go in I tell her to cut off as much as she wants.  I was sort of hoping she would chop off about 6 inches, but she didn't want to do it and told me I would have to see someone else for that job.  My boyfriend could barely tell my hair was trimmed, but he did mention it was a lot more even on the bottom so I guess that is good. 

Helmut Lang never fails me in terms of casual luxury and comfort.  The sweaters and tanks might be expensive, but they are very well made and you will find yourself wearing them again and again in all sorts of ways.  I had to wait a long time to get this pointelle knit tank because my size was out of stock.  I have been wanting to wear it for some time now, but it didn't work with the bottoms I tried to pair it with until I went for these shorts.  This Helmug Lang tank features an asymmetric hem and some crochet paneling in a neat geometric pattern.  It is made of mostly linen, but it really doesn't wrinkle at all.  Underneath the tank I wore my other Itty Bitty Bra that Dorothy sent me.  This bra is more typical of the bras I normally wear.  It is lacy and has no underwire, making it perfect for sheer tops such as this one.  I also like that it doesn't have any hooks because sometimes those can dig into my skin and be uncomfortable. 

The Siwy shorts need no explanation.  Siwy is probably my favorite brand of denim at the moment, especially for shorts.  They are not too tight around my thighs and the fabric is very soft.  Also, this particular pair is lighter weight than all my others.  I like the gray color overall for a change from the usual blue denim.  I paired the shorts with a J. Crew skinny green belt that was hanging around nearby and then I matched up some earrings to go with the belt.  My earrings are sea glass and are handmade by Kori of Little Darling Designs.  Her earrings are lightweight and are great for everyday wear.  They are made for a woman on the go.  For sandals, I wore my cork lace-up suede platforms by Derek Lam.  I plan to wear these non-stop all the way into fall because nothing screams summer like a cork platform and I am not ready for fall fashion just yet. 

xoxo

Jacqueline

 

 

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