Tuesday, August 10

living in them

It feels very good when you splurge on a piece of clothing and end up wearing it often. I admit, there are times I am in Anthropolgie and I buy something only to let it sit in my closet for whatever reason. These pants were not that purchase. I've been living in them. Light linen, perfect for summer when it's hot outside but the air conditioning is just about everywhere you go. Not only that, but they work so nicely for just being at home but also for going out. I thought they were a little bit of a splurge, but as it turns out they were money well-spent. Kind of like buying cereal, it always seems so pricey, but when you really think about it, you get so many breakfasts out of that $4.00 box that it's really quite a deal...

pale petal silk top ◊ thrifted
gray stripe linen pants ◊ anthropologie
peachy leather clogs ◊ swedish hasbeens
gold leaf necklaces ◊ thrifted
floral scrimshaw ring ◊ thrifted


Victorious Youth said...

I love how you combined the two leaf necklaces together!

Stephanie said...

You're just a doll

SAMI. said...

those linen pants look soo comfy. love the stretch waist! i had a pair of sailor style linen pants from h & m once and they would loosen as the day wore on, and so by the end of the day they were hanging off! silly!

Jessica / Lola Vintage Clothing said...

love how you compare it to buying cereal, that's one of my favorite splurges! :)

Zohar said...

that's a great outfit Lauren! I love the colors, I love that you're wearing heels and I love that little hair piece you've got on - yay :)

Mademoiselle Chaos said...

you look so beautiful in them!

And I LOVE my own pair - that I had to buy after I read your other post - just as much! I wear them almost every day now that I'm on vacation :D

Love your blog!

Sharon said...

you look beautiful and serene, wonderful colours! xx Sharon

Karen/Small Earth Vintage said...

I love those leafy necklaces!

Miss Moss said...

WOW. i love this outfit so, so much.

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