When it comes to spring and summer style, I tend to keep it really casual. As soon as warm weather rolls in, I focus more on comfort and gravitate more towards laid-back clothes–including all my favorite vintage pieces. Worn and torn denim pairs perfectly with slouchy t-shirts, oversized knits and ankle booties.
Thankfully, none of these ever goes out of style! And, with high-end accessories a simple outfit like this instantly gets a polished update. Thursday evening for a low-key family dinner in celebration of my mom’s birthday, I paired a plain white tee with my favorite vintage Levi’s. I thrifted these bad boys from Compromise Lodge, a vintage shop, in Lambertville, New Jersey over a year ago.
They are a super unique medium rinse hue with tons of rips down both legs and some colored stitching and embellishments on the front as well as the back. These jeans are truly one-of-a-kind, and their relaxed fit makes them the most comfortable pair of proper pants I own.
To tie the look together, I added a chunky leather belt with gold hardware, a pair of patterned ankle booties and a fluffy gray coat.
T-shirt, Brandy Melville, $18
Belt, Free People, $38