printed tees.

Thakoon Addition jacket | Dannijo bracelet | Proenza Schouler PS11 | Kirrily Johnston leather pants | Karen Walker Super Duper Strength sunglasses | Alexander Wang Anouck boots

With uni, a part time job and interning consuming my life (and barely anytime for myself), all I can think about is comfort, practicality and an inkling of stylish-ness. I usually don't have time in the morning to fuss about my outfit so I'll tend to opt for the failsafe tee and jeans combo. I've pulled together my ultimate 'everyday chic' outfits based around two printed tees I'm obsessing over (Zoe Karssen and 3.1 Phillip Lim) along with some other items I've loving/ lusting. These include: the perfect fitting leather pant for a slimming silhouette, printed denim for added interest, beanies to hide sleep ins, bombers for the morning and evening chill, and ankle boots for running around on the go. If money wasn't an issue (ha!) I would not have a problem running these two ensembles on constant rotation throughout the entire semester. What is your failsafe outfit? 

PS. Apologies for being slow on the posts. I know I said I'd be back to my usual blogging self but truth is after a killer first half of the year, I just want to be a lazy sloth and do absolutely nothing. I hope I'm entitled to that!


  1. i love these looks...the first one is so me.xx

  2. Great looks, those boots are two of my faves. xx

  3. Love the t-shirt in the second setup. Where's it from? :)

  4. Wow! We love the bags and shoes so much!

    Much love from the SABO SKIRT girls!

  5. I hope you don't mind me asking but I was wondering how do you create an image with all your chosen clothing, accessories and shoes? I've seen it being done before and have always wondered how its done.

  6. Hi Jackie, you can do it through a website called Polyvore. Alternatively you can take pictures and rearrange them in Photoshop.
    Anon the shirt is 3.1 Phillip Lim. Shopbop stock the tee! x

  7. Oh gosh I LOVE these looks. I would totally wear these out. I agree, comfort is so important!

  8. Thanks a bunch Melissa! Will definitely check out Polyvore, wish I was skilled enough to do it on Photoshop..

    Love the blog xx