As J. Crew continues to falter its way out of bankruptcy, its scrappy younger sister just goes from strength to strength. Their slouchy tomboy aesthetic is so up my alley, starting with these laid-back vegan leather pants, which I’d wear with a sweatshirt.
A super-cozy-looking sweater jacket in a rather excellent rusty hue.
These coveralls have nifty zipper pockets you can’t see in this picture, and a boxy-but-not-too-boxy cut.
It’s tough in a post like this for me not to want to use the word “slouchy” more than once, and I know I already used it above—and overuse it in general—but is it not the perfect descriptor for this army jacket?
This camera bag has a Clare V vibe I’m liking, and it’s got a good striped strap too.
I know nobody’s wearing a lot of blazers these days, but this boucle number also just looks like the perfect thing to throw on for walking the dog when you’ve still got sweats on and want to take things up a notch.
I dig the icy-blue hue of this cardigan, and its awesomely fuzzy texture.
I do not need another white button-down, but occasionally I see one that’s got some great little detail, and that’s how I feel about the double pockets on this shirt: very utilitarian cool. I might have to go for it.
A pretty clean-lined moto jacket at a fairly reasonable price (for leather).
A chore jacket in a Carhartt-y color but with feminine tailoring: pretty winning.
I’m a sucker for a hit of contrast on an otherwise striped tee, and this one is a pretty stellar example of that.
I don’t just inevitably love a polka dot, but I love how they’re kind of scattered across this cool little sweatshirt.
A nicely-cut higher-waisted pair of boyfriend jeans: these might be exactly what I’ve been searching for, and I like the wash too.