AJ Wears :: Red Pants

How many photos do you need of an outfit for you to decide if you like it or not? I typically post 3-5 photos, of little details and full body shots, but that’s merely due to tradition. It feels like just posting one isn’t enough CONTENT, although surely you get the gist.

Anyway, it sounds like I’m really going through it right now, but in fact I’m writing these all in one day and am just incredibly lazy. Plus you’ve already seen this on Instagram, so.

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Top, Elizabeth & Clarke.
Bow, Amazon (exact).
Pants, Asos (exact).
Bag, Coach (similar from Amazon).
Heels, Stuart Weitzman (similar from Rack).

AJ Wears :: A Gingham Dress

I call this outfit “Tablecloth Chic,” inspired by my favorite Italian restaurant, Bruno’s. In fact, this whole thing makes me want some Eggplant Parm - pro tip, get your noodles tossed in alfredo because both the red sauce and white sauce are amazing there. In fact, just get two bowls of that to dunk your bread in too.

Am I a food blogger now?

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Dress, Asos (exact - on sale!).
Heels, JustFab.
Bag, Gucci.
Lipstick, Smashbox.

AJ Wears :: A Plaid Suit

Happy Friday! This truly has been the summer of suits - especially this one. I love how easy the pants and jacket are to mix and match with other things; you might remember both pieces from my trip to San Diego.

If you’re normally a t-shirt and jeans kind of person, a suit may have some unintended side effects, such as duping your coworkers into thinking you have a super important interview somewhere fancy. Keep them on their toes by dressing for the job you really want - Diane Keaton.

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Suit, Asos (pants // jacket).

Tank, Madewell (exact).

Heels, Christian Louboutin (exact // similar for less).

Bag, Anine Bing (exact // similar for less).