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Canadian Tuxedo

For someone who considers herself a moderately fashion-conscious individual, I tend to gravitate disproportionately to outfits that would be just as well (if not better) suited on a toddler-aged boy. My secret to making these getups resemble age and gender appropriate wear for a sort-of adult chick? Boobs. Heels. And also boobs.

When rocking a Kindergarden-friendly Canadian tuxedo (faded jean jacket, white cut-off tee, and cropped, loose, pin-striped pants) it’s very important to let your accessories do the talking to ensure you are indeed woman (hear you roar). Thus, I present to you, the perfect outfit for an impromptu, Monday dinner date in the hood: one part my most comfortable denim, one part super-easy-to-walk in stacked heeled sandals, and a whole lotta parts Chanel and Chardonnay. Shake well and drink responsibly.

Outfit credits after the jump.

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  • Sunnies: Oliver Peoples (last seen here, buy em here)
  • Tee: Zara (buy it here)
  • Jacket: Vintage Levis, borrowed (perhaps permanently) from the roommate (buy similar here)
  • Belt: Vintage Chanel via Babushka Bogo (last seen here, digging this neutral option)
  • Jeans: Current Elliot (in white here, more excellent boyfriend jeans here and here)
  • Purse: Vintage Chanel (last seen here, via Eleven Consignment Boutique)
  • Sandals: Zara (buy similar here or here)
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