I think I’m going to have to spring for this v-neck tee, because it’s got a nice, deep neckline and also looks (and I know this is a phrase I over-use) quite excellently slouchy.
An A-line leopard print skirt that will take you straight into fall.
A classic tote with no extraneous hardware, just how I like them.
From Universal Standard: slightly distressed black jeans with a clean and flattering cut.
This silk shirt is such a lovely shade of pale pink.
A zebra-stripe wrap skirt that would look fantastic with a white tee, just as shown.
This streamlined tunic comes in a multitude of hues, but I like this deep plum best.
I’d layer on the necklaces with this incredibly easy T-shirt dress.
A button-front corduroy skirt that feels very Seventeen magazine back-to-school issue, circa 1981.
I really dig red and yellow together, which is why this floral dress appeals.
And the poppy-bright floral on this skirt is pretty good too, and would be nice in the fall too with a big sweater and tall boots.
I’d dress this satin shirt down with jeans, or all the way up with a slim black pencil skirt.
A shirt jacket (Topshop calls them “shackets”) that will be perfect for the cooler nights soon to come.
This subtly striped skirt would be perfect for when you’re in the mood to go matchy-clashy.
A crisp Universal Standard popover that has just a hint of stretch. If I worked in an office and they manufactured in my size, I would totally own this shirt.
This pretty twist front top is that rarest of things: a brown garment that I actually really like. It’s only left in a few sizes, but it’s so pretty I included it anyway.
Another rarity: a denim skirt that does not stop at mid-thigh. And I like the bold zipper up front.