Pop of White





I really love how this white belt pops off the deep charcoal grey of this coat. It’s been on my list of things to pair for a while, but I wanted to wait until I wasn’t planning on going anywhere I’d have to remove the coat. Them’s the breaks when belting your outerwear…you run the risk of being that weirdo at dinner meticulously unbelting and re-belting your outfit all night long. And, yes, there’s been a lot of hats on the blog in a row. There’s a simple explanation. You see, curly hair + rain = suck. And let me tell ya, there’s been a whole lotta suck falling from the sky lately.

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Coat All Saints (Fit Review)
Tee ASOS (love this one!)
Jeans Rag & Bone
Boots Rag & Bone (also here & here)
Handbag thanks to Linea Pelle (similar here & here)
Belt thanks to Linea Pelle (similar here & here)
Hat Rag & Bone (similarsimilar & similar)
Jewelry Downtown LA & vintage
Lapel Pin Club Monaco (similar & similar)

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  1. says: Chicago Petite

    Nice! Thanks for introducing me to retailers I ordinarily wouldn’t have checked out. All Saints has several 00 sizes in various pieces. Btw, what size would you consider your head? Our body measurements are approx the same but I have the tiniest head. I usually don’t wear hats unless I get lucky to find a kid size hat that looks appopriate for my 40+ age ;-) Perhaps your nice curly hair adds some width to help the hat stay on?

    1. Thanks Chicago Petite! I also have a small head, which is why I love Rag & Bone hats so much (I have 4!). They come in 3 sizes, with size S being pretty good for me (it’s not snug on my head, but it does the job), and the “Abbott” style is shorter in the crown than other styles I’ve tried.

    1. Hi Carolin! The boots are very comfy, but did need a break-in period. The black ones rubbed the back of my heel for the first wear or two, and the grey ones got my ankle pretty good. But once the break-in period was over, they’ve been great! I walked around San Francisco the other day (almost 2 miles!) in a pair and they were fantastic.

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