bag – c/o Brahmin
Jeffrey Campbell boots – LF
collar – JewelMint
lipstick – Bobbi Brown Roseberry
glasses – Ray-Ban
Presley the dog – my cousin Claudia’s
I have two types of go-tos in my closet and they are on opposite ends of the spectrum: cotton dresses and denim cut-offs. Okay, three, because you know I wear my motorcycle jacket with both variations. I wear one or both every single week, which is why my collaboration with Cotton was a no-brainer. I can throw on a cotton day dress and look put together with just one garment, or pair it with tights and a jacket when it’s colder. My vintage ones have stayed in my closet for years, and will probably always make the cut. That’s the great thing about vintage: the older it gets, the better. I feel the same way about denim.
My cut-offs aren’t quite as polished (understatement), but they’re just as easy to throw on with anything and run out the door. This pair is quite literally falling apart, which makes me love them even more. The zipper broke last year, and instead of replacing it (which I am more than qualified but less inclined to do), I sewed it shut and now I just pull them on and off. I never said I was classy, you guys. But I did mention that I used to major in musical theatre, didn’t I? Since this sweatshirt combines a love of musicals and Rachel Antonoff – two of my favorite things! – I had to have it. I have a feeling it will be another one of those pieces that stays in my closet forever. Vintage dresses, cut-offs, and Birdie, forever.