Vintage/Thrifted blazer, Buffalo tee, Denim Co/Lab jeans, Pedro Miralles Mules, Vintage hat.
This outfit speaks to my soul. Full of earth tones and 70’s rocker vibes. I always think I was born in the wrong decade but I know everything is meant to be, and hey maybe I was alive in a past life but died or something. WHO KNOWS! haha.
This outfit is something I would wear while transitioning from Spring to Summer. The days are pretty hot but the evenings cool off and a light jacket is needed most of the time. One of my fave things to buy on vintage shopping trips are oversized blazers which is how I got my hands on this baby. It’s really thin and feels like linen but I know it’s not. I’m not sure the fabric because there aren’t any tags. It was around $8 and I just love this fit. You’ll also catch me wearing this with denim cut offs and a band tee all summer since it’s light enough to throw in my bag until dusk when I need it.
Almost every street style savvy girl/guy has a variation of a silk bomber resting on their shoulders these days. I didn’t give into the trend right away because I didn’t want to purchase a fast-fashion version. I went out to the Spring edition of the Toronto Vintage Crawl recently on a mission to find the perfect bomber and I found it at the first store I popped into (as well as it being one of my favourite vintage shops in the city didn’t hurt,) Life of Manek. The colour and fact that it actually fit would have got me to purchase it anyways but guys it was $5! The vintage crawl is so great and supporting local shops is a shopping rule I live by. I hardly shop at any malls anymore unless I’m looking for something very specific that I’ve seen in a magazine, on another human or just browsing the new trends of the season.
This post contains some of the things I think every fashion conscious girl, even guy, should have readily available in their closet this Summer: colourful sunnies, a leather choker, checkered vans, denim overalls and a sweet coloured bomber jacket. Having just a few trendy pieces at affordable prices that you can seamlessly coordinate endless outfits with will make your life that much easier when getting dressed for the heat.
This jacket also brought back a really cute memory for my mother. I had it hanging up one day when I took it off and she looked at it like she saw a ghost. She said she couldn’t believe I was wearing that jacket and that she had owned practically the same one when she was younger, not to mention it was green. Her and all her girlfriends used to wear them together. I’ve always been inspired by my mom’s old photos and the fashions, but I had no IDEA her’s was green! Funny right!?