Dressed for: Acid and Asymmetry

Already Pretty outfit featuring Eileen Fisher blazer, white asymmetric Comfy USA tunic, stonewashed leggings, Kork Ease ankle boots, fringe handbag, long pendant necklace

Blazer – Eileen Fisher (no longer available) – similar/sustainable
Tunic – Comfy USA via LISSA the Shop
Leggings – H&M (no longer available) – similar/sustainable
Boots – Kork Ease (no longer available) – similarsustainable
Bag – Amazon/DIY (post here) – vintage/handmade fringe bags
Earrings – Betsey Johnson (no longer available) – similar/sustainable
Necklace – self-made – similar/sustainable

Who else lived through acid-washed denim the first time around? Can’t say that I look back fondly on that particular trend, but when I bought these leggings about a year ago I realized I still liked the textural look of a messy, high-contrast wash. And they’re a great foil to the clean lines of this asymmetric tunic and stand-collar blazer.


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One Response to “Dressed for: Acid and Asymmetry”

  1. Rad Redneck Diva

    Dang it Sally, you made me like something acid washed. I didn’t even like it the *last* time it was cool, and I was perhaps too young to even know better at that time. But with the hair and the asymmetry of the tunic, it’s almost a little bit punk rock. But not really because work-friendly punk rock is… well, hahaha not really a thing.

    Anyway, I can’t say enough nice things about your hair!