Another Day, Another T-Shirt

:: What I'm Wearing ::

Top: Free People
Jeans: Rag and Bone {old; save option}
Shoes: Givenchy {old; save option}
Bag: Clare V. {save option}
Lipstick: Bite Beauty in Pink Ginger

I think it's safe to say that by now you guys know how much I love my t-shirts. I usually stick to the brands that have been tried and true for me such as Rag and Bone, Gap, and J. Crew. However, a new player has entered the mix and they are Free People.

I've always been a fan of Free People's clothing. They do a great job of mixing edgy, classic, and boho themes into all their pieces. I never really looked at them for staple pieces until I came across this t-shirt in olive green. Next to black this is my all time favorite color. The t-shirt is my new fav and it's just amazing. It's super soft, light, and really freakin' comfortable. I absolutely love the way it hangs and how it doesn't stick to the body. It's kind of flowy like a blouse, which means it will layer perfectly under a blazer or jacket in the fall. It does run oversized so I sized down. 

I get a decent amount of questions regarding these Rag and Bone jeans. They are from last year and I can't find them online anymore. I bought them with the distressed knees and then I cut the raw hem myself. You can easily buy a pair with the knees ripped and the hems frayed (I've linked a few below) but you easily can do it yourself especially if the raw hem look is what you are going for. Just make sure you have a good pair of fabric cutting scissors. Don't use your kitchen or household scissors because you may not end up with a smooth and clean cut. After you've made your cut throw them in the dryer on low heat to help the frays develop.

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