What I Wore This Week: October 21st – 27th

Honestly? I pretty much wore the same outfit for three of these days but what can I say? I like what I like! There is no shame in outfit repeating my friends!

This week I ended up getting to visit the Everlane Denim Counter pop-up that was happening in Georgetown DC. It was a ton of fun and I tried on a million pairs of their denim including the new curvy authentic stretch high-rise skinny jean and they are my favorite pair yet! Sadly the pop-up was only for a week but there is a rumor that they are thinking of bringing an Everlane storefront to DC!


Being petite I have an issue with sleeves being way too long on me and the sleeves on this blouse fit me perfectly! This is the Khalie blouse from Sézane and it has the prettiest button detailing. It would be a shame to roll the sleeves up so I’m glad it fits me!

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Wearing this jacket as a top and it’s a favorite piece from a small Vancouver brand Harly Jae that I actually got to meet with earlier back in August when I was visiting the East Coast. I just watched Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner on Netflix and there was an episode with Seth Rogan sharing all his favorite places to eat in Vancouver and now I need to go back!

Also, don’t miss the cat in a shoebox in the back!!!

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I have this same sweater in black that I was gifted last year by Everlane and it was one of the most worn items in my closet all fall and winter. I love that the sleeves have are slightly oversized but tighter and the wrists so it has a nice drape and overall look. It’s also very thin but somehow incredibly warm!

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I already said it but y’all, no doubt these are my most favorite and flattering jeans I have ever owned to date! When Everlane released these they sold-out in a day but for now, they are back in stock and I honestly could not recommend them enough. They make my butt look sooo good, just sayin’!

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