I bought this Erin Fetherston for Target shirt awhile ago, but never found an opportunity to wear it. Now that I’ve worn several animal-themed pieces of clothing (a bird print dress and leopard jacket come to mind), I felt that I could finally bring out my fun rabbit print shirt. It’s also been awhile since I’ve worn this jacket. It’s not really velvet, but it’s a fine enough corduroy that it feels like it.
I wore the jacket and shirt with one of my favorite styles of pants: the wide-leg. I have several incarnations of the wide-legged pant, and these Guess jeans are one of the widest I own. I like these types of jeans rather than the flare because they are full all the way through the leg instead of tight in the thighs up until the wide part extends from just below the knee. I like the way the jeans were a little distressed and faded, so I couldn’t bring myself to have them tailored. So now I just wear them with my super-high platforms, like these Jeffrey Campbell suede clogs. But even these jeans were almost too long. You can see my clogs barely peeking out from beneath them.
Outfit: Unknown brand fine corduroy jacket; Bebe crown brooch; Erin Fetherston for Target shirt; Guess jeans; Jeffrey Campbell suede clogs.
Photos by Deon Chen