Filling Spaces







Reformation jumper and Calypso cardigan via Bib + Tuck, Rebecca Minkoff, bag, De Lune x By Boe Odyssey choker (x), Cheap Monday sandals (x), George Frost cuff (x)

Sometimes I feel more compelled to wear a piece of jewelry when it can fill the spaces that a garment leaves open. I was particularly drawn to this jumper on Bib and Tuck 1)Because it's getting warmer and I needed a piece with built-in air conditioning (aka, the slits on the legs here) and 2)Because it has this lovely keyhole detail in the back, which one can expect to see on a garment by Reformation because they have a penchant for the sexy details.

When I was working with designer Annika Inez on our second collaboration collection, I mentioned I was particularly keen on having a piece that could be worn backwards and forwards, which is why the odyssey choker is probably my favorite piece in the collection; I can just let the pendant dangle down the back while the front appears as just the minimal gold bar. My George Frost "Victory" cuff is also usually worn at the top of my forearm because there's something about arm cuffs that feels very akin to armor when worn around the arm and not the wrist, it's kinda empowering.

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  1. So cute! I wanna try an outfit like this with my Dirty Laundry sandals



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