Posts Tagged: J.W. Hulme tote

Dressed for: Lightening Up

Already Pretty outfit featuring knit moto, white tee, boyfriend jeans, metallic ankle boots, J.W. Hulme tote, geode necklace

Jacket – Gap (no longer available) – similar
Tee – Gap (no longer available) – similar
Jeans – Gap Factory
Boots – Anthropologie (no longer available) – similar
Bag – J.W. Hulme
Earrings – Corsetsimilar
Necklace – Cultivated Dreams

I’m still relying heavily on blacks and browns, but starting to mix in more white, gray, and lighter wash denims. Gotta get with the seasonal program, right? Glad these ankle boots survived the various rounds of culling, as they’re proving useful now: Always good to have a light-colored footwear option in the mix! read more

Dressed for: Non-Frenchness

Already Pretty outfit featuring denim jacket, graphic tee, Prairie Undeground Moto pants, ankle boots, J.W. Hulme tote

Denim jacket – Kut from the Kloth (no longer available) – similar
Tee – self-designed through Zazzle
Pants – Prairie Underground Supermoto courtesy Shop Adorn
Boots – Clarks (no longer available) – similar
Earrings – courtesy Lockhart Wrks
Bag – J.W. Hulme

I love the look of white graphic tees with black writing. They’re kinda everywhere right now, and seem incredibly versatile. However, most of the ones I found that didn’t say something that irritated or offended me said something in French or referenced Paris. I don’t speak French and Paris ranks low on my list of dream destinations, so wearing a “bon jour” tee seemed disingenuous. read more

Dressed for: A Weekend Drive

Already Pretty outfit featuring denim jacket, Liberty of London print dress, burgundy tights, Frye Vera Slouch boots, J.W. Hulme tote

Denim jacket – Kut from the Kloth (no longer available) – similar
Dress – courtesy Jessica Rose
Necklace – Patina (ages ago) – similar
Tights – Target (no longer available) – similar
Boots – Frye Vera Slouch
Earrings – Urban Outfitters (no longer available) – similar
Bracelets – various – similar look
Tote – J.W. Hulme

Wore this a couple of weekends ago when we drove down to Winona – birthplace and namesake of Ms. Ryder – to take in the fall color. We also swung through Red Wing  and a few other small towns. People, it was GORGEOUS. And although most of those leaves are gone by now, the ones behind me on the maple-lined block south of ours were downright stunning, too. read more