c for coffee

 I’m settling in for what will hopefully be a major writing binge today and have already gone on what may turn out to be my only outing all day.  Obviously this outfit is all about the details since it basically boils down to jeans and a t-shirt.    
 The stamped Navajo barrette kills two birds with one stone as both jewelry and hair-wrangler.
The green scarf is a really great lightweight cotton-linen that looks best rumpled, and I can’t get over the color.
P has had a pair of these shoes for a few years and pretty much wears them non-stop through the summer, so I when I found these on sale I decided to see what all his fuss was about.  Aside from being lightweight and comfortable, this pair has a black denim body which is unlike any of my other sneakers.

So there you have it.  Thus concludes my excuse not to work.
(Blogging is SO important!)

(Target Scarf, Paul Smith trench, Current/Elliott The Skinny jeans, Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 shoes, Coach purse & Navajo barrette)

About lvs

wears her grandfather's watch and her boyfriend's l.l. bean shorts
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3 Responses to c for coffee

  1. Sarah says:

    thanks for your comment! I totally agree! People are selling 'vintage topshop' these days and its actually something they were selling instore like 2 years ago!Like i said, perhaps we would be classed as vintage now, as seemingly anything that originates pre-1990s apparently is!! xxx

  2. Dip-tea says:

    love the outfit you are wearing, it looks very casual and comfortable. and I am all for denim sneakers, they look fantastic!came across your blog through IFB, and loved it! keep it coming! 🙂

  3. Pingback: my favorites: boots and jeans | two for the clothes

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