Spring Capsule Wardrobe VII

Same items, different remix.

the gap factory corduroy pants

I paid twelve dollars for these bootcut 37 inch inseam corduroys and it was one of the best purchases of 2020. The length is versatile enough to wear and consequently, look great with dressier flats, block heels, and my metallic Golden Goose sneakers.

I frequently turn to these pants as I find them more comfortable and less restricting than denim. As a matter of fact, I even wore these on the planes from Kazakhstan to D.C. along with the striped Toteme sweat (you know the one) and a pair of Vans sneakers. Yup, from 2 am in Central Asia to 7:30 pm on the east coast. That is over 24 hours.

I am wearing these in a 32 tall.

the sarah flint velvet natalie flat

The Sarah Flint Natalie Flat is available in several neutral and statement hues across various materials. I have six pairs and offer the following intel on the sizing: for velvet and jacquard versions, go up a whole size. For suede and leather versions, go up a half size. If comfort is a question, know that the shoes have three millimeters of cushion in the sole. Wearing them feels like walking on a cloud.

Sarah Flint converts-to-be can use code SARAHFLINT-BALU to save 50 dollars on full price styles or click on any Sarah Flint link throughout this blog post for an automatic 50 dollars off.

shirt: Marie Marot x J.Crew • corduroy pants: Gap Factory • coat: Toteme (also here) • shoes: Sarah Flint ($50 off any regularly priced pairs with code SARAHFLINT-BALU) • sunglasses: Krewe • earrings: J.Crew Factory • rings: J.Crew • handbag: Chanel (secondhand options here and here) • watch: Cartier (also here)

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