I usually prefer two kind of outfits, which we could call my daily uniforms as well. The version A is based on black skinny jeans, a white top and either sneakers or ankle boots, and it’s manly black and white, while version B stands for blue jeans, a vintage tee and loafers or slippers and could be more colorful.
Usually I don’t mix the two, because I have unwritten rules in my head all the time and not everything can go with anything. Does all of this make any sense? 🙂 Anyways, the point is, that I have some bugs, but I really would like to mix things up a bit, so I this time I mixed the 2 versions with blue jeans and black and white everything else. I know, it’s shocking, right? 🙂
Please don’t mind my face, it may seem that I was sleepy, but actually this is just my morning face I guess. I’m a morning person, so usually I have no problems with waking up and booting in the morning, but apparently my head needs more time. 🙂
Ok, so lets get over with the sleepy face photos and concentrate on my outfit again. I wore a pair of vintage 501 with a striped top, leather jackets, loafers and one of my favorite classic duffle bag from years ago, which can’t be used so much that it would deserve. It’s a bit big to my current lifestyle that’s why I prefer my smaller ones.
Back in Hungary, when I had a ‘proper’ job, it was used a lot, so this morning I could felt again, what’s like to commute to work, LOL. My style haven’t changed that much since then tough. The biggest difference is maybe that my wardrobe divided to two parts; one part for the work appropriate clothes (I was always balancing on the edge with wearing sneakers for example, but I needed my freedom) and the other one is for weekend wear and everything else. Now it’s more blended, sometimes I’m not even sure where should I put my clothes because they fit both category. And sometimes I miss those times… 🙂
What’s definitely new – compared to that period of my life – is my craze about vintage jeans and basic loafers. I didn’t have loafers at all, moreover, I didn’t really had transition shoes, because I didn’t really needed them. In Hungary spring and fall lasts more or less for two weeks so I could get away with boots, sandals and sneakers most of the time.
Now, I don’t have sandals, except for the one pair of Birkenstock which is more like a throwing out the garbage kind of shoes and a pair of high heels, which I cannot
really use here. Not that I would mind it though. Dressing wise this climate is one of the bests, isn’t it? 🙂 And South California doesn’t count, that annoyingly nice weather is cheating, I’m certain of that 🙂
Leather jacket – Mango, striped top – Zara, jeans – Levi’s 501, bag – Saint Laurent, loafers – Office Shoes