I just boarded my Monday morning flight to Washington DC and wanted to write a little something to recap the weekend and talk about my favorite jeans at the moment! If you saw my winter lookbook, you might know that I am obsessed with my black knee-ripped jeans. They seriously go well with anything and everything! Plus they’re high-waisted. I’ve been wanting a pair of dark blue ones for a while, and finally stumbled across this pair that I will be talking about in today’s post.
These pair of jeans are a dark blue wash and comes in 12 different colors. I got mine from Nordstrom, which only carries the dark blue wash and a true blue wash. Macys has them in two colors as well. For all the colors, go to Free People!
I love that these jeans are high-waisted because it makes it more versatile for crop tops in the spring. The rips on the knees are different on both sides, which adds a little something extra to the outfit. They are also cropped, which makes them perfect for booties, sneakers, or wedges! The best part is that they have a good stretch to them 🙂 I’d say they’re pretty true to size because I ordered a size 24 and they fit perfectly (I’m usually a 0 or 00 for brands).
I kept this look pretty simple with a white sweater top that had lace details on the shoulders. You can never go wrong with a simple top and jeans! My black faux fur coat is so soft and kept me warm when strolling around Central Park. I added my double circle belt for a little sparkle, and finished the look with my black booties from Ecco (sold out in black, available in camel and on sale).
The quote on my necklace says “ah but what if it does” and it is the latter part to “what if it doesn’t come true? Ah, but what if it does”. The necklace is from Amber Scholl’s jewelry line at ok1984, and I love the positivity and optimism in the message so thought I’d wear it as a reminder to myself. In a recent YouTube video she mentioned that she’s restocking them in both gold and silver, in case you want the little message to be with you.
I spent the weekend with friends and basically just hung out and ate a lot of food. Oficina 1M has been on my list for a while, so I thought I’d give it a go. It was super cute and the food was food, but it didn’t really stand out as s brunch place to me. It is in the SoHo/Nolita area, pretty close to the pink photo spots Cha Cha Matcha and Pietro Nolita 💗 Located in West Village, Codino (sister restaurant of Cotenna) is one of my favorite Italian restaurants in the city 🍝 I also tried Szechuan Mountain House for the first time and it was sooo delicious. It is located in East Village in St. Marks, and it’s very authentic! If you like spicy food, definitely recommend 🌶
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And that wraps up today’s post! I will be doing a January outfit roundup soon, so subscribe to my blog to be the first to know! Thank you so much for stopping by 😍