Grid Lines




Hi, everyone! Just a quick post with an outfit I wore a few days ago for errands & a coffee meetup. I carried my big tote because I needed it for errands, but switched it out for this smaller shoulder bag later in the day. I rather like the combination of grid prints and pinstripes here. And while I’m fond all Rag & Bone jeans, I’ve got two words for all you Rag & Bone lovers who also happen to be petite…zipper capri. ;)

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Jacket J.Crew (old) (similar & similar)
Shirt Banana Republic
Jeans Rag & Bone
Shoes Miu Miu
Handbag Sophie Hulme partially thanks to Shopbop (same print in a tote)
Belt Linea Pelle (on sale!)
Watch Larsson & Jennings
Rings Catbird, vintage, & Vrai & Oro

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  1. says: Lynn

    Hi Kelly!
    Do you mind putting up sizing info/measurements for the Rag and Bone capri jeans? I’ve been looking to buy a pair and am about your size. Did you take a size 23 or 24?

    I’ve been reading your blog for a while and noticed that in the past you used to put up sizing info for most of the items you feature. That was very helpful :). I know that not all your readers are petite but I think that info would still be useful for most people.

    Thanks in advance!

    1. says: Alterations Needed

      Hi Lynn! Sure thing! Here’s the lay flat measurements for the pair I have (size 23):

      waist: 11 1/2″
      hip: 14 1/2″
      rise: 7 1/4″
      thigh: 8″
      ankle: 4 3/4″
      inseam: 26 1/2″

      I take size 23 or 24 in Rag & Bone skinnies depending on the wash. Some run smaller than others.

      As for including measurements in posts, I’ve been giving that exact same thing some thought recently. Thanks for your input! It’s helpful to hear what people like/liked to read.

  2. says: Lorraine

    Love the entire outfit Kelly. Especially the miu miu’s – I’ve been lusting after them since you first blogged about them. Finally snagged a blue pair in my size (preloved) on eBay :-)

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