sweater | azalea sf (old, see similar below)
jeans | j brand
flats | chinese laundry
In a bizarre twist, I actually didn’t end up getting in any lines while wearing this geometric sweater–a rarity when trying to snag weekend brunch in San Francisco. Turns out Slow Club offers daytime reservations, which my friend and I were more than happy to snap up.
You go, Slow Club.
I love this sweater because it’s incredibly comfy (and hides an extra helping of potatoes well), yet manages to be just shy of sloppy thanks to the crisp white and black design.
I’ve paired it with fitted cigarette pants like the Minnie pant from J.Crew (I’ve had my pair for 2+ years and they’re still holding strong!) for work, but lately have been reaching for it more as an easy weekend piece.
a ribbed detail sweater from mango (probably the closest design match I could find)
this v-neck sweater by top secret (on sale!)
If you want your own version of this, look for:
Crew or v-neck
Ideally a bit oversized, and cozy enough for you to wear it casually
One that has interesting design details like sharp lines or unique stitching
Whatever you pick, make sure that you’re happy with the thickness and feel of the sweater. You want to look for quality above all else and something that will hold its shape through multiple wears.
Nothing is sadder than your favorite sweater turning into some misshapen, holey lump (even though… guilty… sometimes you’ll still wear it anyway).
Photo credit to the lovely Cait of Pretty and Fun.