Binary dressing

Gravitating towards a monochrome outfit seems to be the easiest thing to do these days. To keep it interesting, go for textures and intricacies as the smallest detail can make a visual difference.

Everything in betweenLove the chunky heel and insane gold claw! I think these Friend of Mine boots are absolutely beautiful. You can never have too many black boots.

OTI’m warming up to bell-sleeved knits for a nod to the 70’s. This One Teaspoon jumper would be perfect with tastefully shredded white jeans on sunny winter days.


I love a statement top with an amusing print. Pair this Ksubi tank with loose weave anything and a coat for most wear during the cooler climates.

SGWith the right layering, the basic t shirt dress you have stashed somewhere in your closet can become a transeasonal piece. I’d wear this soft grey marle one with a neon bib necklace, beaten up denim jacket and buckled boots.


Black and white pants are really something! Try these Nasty Gal ones for a twist on white bottoms; wear with a white tee and strappy sandals for a crisp look – fresh to death.

asosAs much as I’d love to wear an impressive striped coat, I think I’ll have to leave it to the fearless stylers out there.


I love the leather panels on the sleeves of this Lucette coat.


A shaggy coat that screams cozy is a must have for winter. Ivory is so luxurious and would be the perfect touch to any ensemble.

XO Lauren


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