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Blue (and gray) period

Continuing my fixation on layering sweaters, I decided to go in a slightly different direction and integrate the holey/raggedy jeans I stole borrowed stole from FriendBoy.

I thought it would be Ricky Gervais-clever to use the ties on the wrap sweater to hold up the jeans. I realized it wasn’t such a stellar idea when I had to get unwrapped go to the bathroom. Live and learn!

H&M cardigan, Victoria’s Secret wrap sweater, Anthropologie top, Levi’s jeans, Charles David shoes, Marc Jacobs bag

The jeans fit fairly well, because luckily(?), his waist is almost the same size as mine. Is it just me or is it disheartening to watch the number on the tag of your pants go up, even when it’s just one size?

  • Dee

    January 21, 2011 at 10:15 am

    Hey Tamia…love this look! And it’s perfect for the below zero and minus 25 degree wind chill in Chicago right now! And yes, any increase in pant size is 1) annoying; and 2)motivation to put down that cupcake and hit the gym!

  • Joslyn

    January 21, 2011 at 10:23 am

    Awww no worries…you still look Mahhhvelous dahling LOL just hit the gym for a bit and you’ll be fine! Such a cozy and comfy look here…and I simply adore those earrings!!! Are they vintage?

    • tamia

      February 1, 2011 at 10:30 am

      @Joslyn Nope! They’re from a boutique here in Cincy called Paris J.

  • Teodora

    January 23, 2011 at 1:47 am

    Very chic yet relaxed look. All your posts look amazing.