Wednesday, December 17, 2014

ok, pilgrim

Jacket: Modcloth (old, similar style here); Sweater: Hanes; Blouse: Equipment; Jeans: DL1961; Boots: Celine (similar style here); Hat: Gladys Tamez thanks to Syllabus; Bag: Chanel; Cuff: Hermes; Sunglasses: Ray-Ban

We talk a lot about investment pieces here on TTT. Pieces that you know you'll be reaching for year after year; the quality never letting you down. And while, yes, I generally bucket bags, shoes and coats into this higher ticket category, there's something to be said about everyday basics, especially ones that don't break the bank. Jeans and sweaters that only get better with age, slightly broken in with love and memories.

As mentioned in my previous post here, I'm a huge fan of Hanes and have been for as long as I can remember. What I love particularly about their sweatshirts and shirts, is how easily they can transition from lounging in bed (full disclosure, I may have worn this black sweatshirt you see here to bed the night before) to daytime wear. With the right accessories, cue: this Gladys Tamez hat that I'm obsessed with and this camel coat, which I've also had for years, and it takes on a whole new elevated personality. 


This post was in collaboration with Hanes. As always, all opinions and styling are my own. Thank you for supporting all This Time Tomorrow collaborations! 

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

grey matters

Jacket: IRO; Sweater, skirt and necklace: H&M; Shoes: Saint Laurent; Bag: Proenza Schouler; Sunglasses: Ray-Ban; Watch: Daniel Wellington 

It seems only fitting that after such a serious black and white kick that I would shift gears over to grey. And I've been binging on it lately, especially when I spotted this leather IRO jacket (snagged on sale during Black Friday!). When it comes to investment pieces, shoes and leather jackets really are my weakness. 

I actually wore this all grey outfit a couple weeks back for the H&M store opening out in Salinas. Huge thanks again to everyone who made it out! I had a ton of fun shopping around with all of you (and mad props to the impromptu dance party that formed outside in the line).

This post was in collaboration with H&M. As always, all opinions and styling are my own. Thank you for supporting all This Time Tomorrow collaborations! 

Photos by Aaron Shui
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