Until fall’s in full swing, I’m doing my best to straddle the seasons by adding a few doses of grey to my usual warm-weather wardrobe. Dark charcoal feels like a bit much while the sun’s still beating down on me, but paler shades are the perfect transitional hue. Plus, they play as well with pastels as they do with black, so they’re worthy investments that will see you through the coming months in plenty of style.
just stumbled across this rad (yep, rad) geometric tee over at need supply, and i’m thinking it’s just the thing for spring, especially if you’re floral-phobic, as so many are.
i love that the detail on this is appliqued, not screened, which makes it feel a lot more expensive than it is. ditto for the mod cut on this tee: perfectly slouchy up top, but trim at the waist, so you get the look of the relaxed boyfriend tee in a more figure-flattering silhouette. it’s the perfect no-brainer to pair with spring skirts and shorts, and it’s a very wallet-friendly $50. not bad, not bad at all.