Day three in New York. A New York trip is incomplete if you don't take a stroll to Central Park. The best place to people watch. Relax. Have an ice cream or some snacks. Or paint your nails on top of a big rock (this happened).
Funny thing happened while we were on the plane back to LA. We found out that while I was painting my nails on top of some rock, Banksy was selling some of his stencil art canvas for $60. Although we never saw the stall, it felt like one of those so close yet so far kind of moments. Can you imagine if we bought one?
Wearing my boyfriend jeans... again. I can't seem to get enough wearing these pair. They're my new favorite pants for fall. I just love the slouchy look and the destroyed look makes it even better.
The boyfriend isn't particularly fond about these because of the loose fit. I had to explain to him that they're supposed to be loose and little baggy. You know... boyfriend jeans... like you borrowed your boyfriend's pants for whatever reason. And usually, the said pants is suppose to be a tad bigger than yours. Except these are actually made to fit me and still give me the same look.
Striped Breton | French Connection (similar here)
Shearling Lined Vest | Forever 21 (similar here)
Destroyed Boyfriend Jeans | Rich and Skinny Jeans
Scarf | Chan Luu
Bag | Balenciaga
Buckled Boots | Zara (similar here)
Headband | Brandy Melville
Nail Polish | TopShop in "AWOL"
To balance the boyish-ness of my pants, I wore a more fitted top to somewhat offset the baggy look of the jeans to add a little femininity. It was a nice 70 degree weather that day in New York, so I was able to get away just wearing a shearling-lined vest. I usually wear boyfriend jeans with some heels or with flats, but this was the first time I wore it with ankle boots. I dig it.
Recreate this look: