sweater: UNIF X UO | shoes: Dolce Vita via Piperlime | scarf: UO | sunnies: Ray-Ban | watch: Fossil
I’m a sucker for blush pink. Anything pink, actually.
Home accents, flowers and paper goods are the usual culprits, as I almost always steer clear of the girly hue for clothing. Pink can be too much of a pop, even gaudy, but not when it comes to the barely-there shade for these super cute slides. They’re the perfect mix of pretty + playful (and fairly practical, too). Currently on sale at Piperlime, they were a no-brainer buy.
With classes all day on Mondays, I threw on this comfy waffle-knit tunic sweater for my usual go-to casual attire (+ a little extra punch of pink) for a jam-packed schedule.
How do you wear pink in the winter?
photos by Lauren Carter
flannel: vintage | tank: CottonOn | jeans: AE | sandals: Steve Madden | bag: UO | sunnies: Ray-Ban | watch: Fossil
I’m reluctant to say it, but I miss summer terribly. Although the relentless heat is often paired with daily complaints, with the current onset of winter, I’d love for the warmth to return. This flannel look was photographed this summer and never went up on the blog — a bit of a throwback, of sorts. It’s probably one of the softest flannels I’ve ever come across, with a slight watercolor effect and perfect, casual Vermonty vibe. I’d pair it with white Converse and a black shearling jacket for this season.