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I have a friend who always complains about me wearing “too much flow” – as he phrases it. I keep telling him that for women its not about wearing tight clothing to show off a figure, well maybe for some it is, but it’s more about telling a story with confidence. Personally, I’m a firm believer in leaving a little mystery, and most men appreciate that, unless it’s your gay best friend who likes to pimp you out to get into places quicker.
Reasons why I love loose and baggy clothing:
- You’re more approachable.
- Gives off a ‘I don’t give a f**k’ vibe.
- Hides a bloated day.
- You can eat as much as you want.
- It’s choosing comfort over trying to be sexy, which we already have naturally, right? 🙂
There is one thing I hate– and that is a mini bodycon dress. There is nothing great about that first impression, unless its coming from a horny male. So ladies, if you own one, please toss it or at least wear it with a suit jacket to display some kind of chastity. (Sorry, but not sorry, there could be much more thought and creativity into what you are wearing. ) Let’s change the subject and move on to these amazing Scotch & Soda jeans, shall we?
Needless to say, these jeans are uber baggy and super comfy! The patchwork details made the jeans my primary focal point when pulling this look together. I kept the top (also Scotch & Soda) black and simple and pulled out the red with a classic anorak jacket by Eileen Fisher. The shoes are by Ralph Lauren, which I’m completely obsessed with the tan cork that lies within the platform of these shoes, and did I mentioned how comfy they are as well? Hard to believe with a heel that high- I know -but with the platform and block heel combined, they are pretty comfortable to say the least. Mr. Lauren knew what he was doing 🙂
Until next time. Always be kind,
ALL IMAGES: RICHARD CRANK
SHOP THE LOOK:
top / jacket red here (only available size is XS which is a 2-4) black and yellow here/ jeans / shoes / neck tie similar here and here / earrings / aviators / bracelets (Go to my E.D. Park Lane tab on website, click shop with me and enter item #12834 for “Vision” bracelet $48 or #12374 for the “Blurred Lines” bracelet $120.)