Zara Faux Suede Camel Overshirt [SIMILAR] | sz XS • Zara Kids Stretch Trousers [SIMILAR] | sz 11-12 • J.Crew Long Sleeve Striped Painter T-Shirt [SIMILAR] | sz XXS • Sperry Top-Sider Liberty Booties | sz 5.5 • H&M Aviators [SIMILAR]
Zara just rolled out with their new season collection and I was lucky to snag this amazing jacket, even Peta would approve. It’s soft and malleable, so it easily drapes over when you put it on [SIMILAR]. This particular jacket comes in three colors (black, grey, and camel). I opted for the camel as it adds depth to outfits than plain black and neutral gray. I wore a J.Crew Long Sleeve Striped Tee [SIMILAR] underneath to add more character to the outfit. Whenever I see this type of shirt and stripes it reminds me of a classic Eurotrip look [SIMILAR]; with it being black and white, it is a versatile piece in your wardrobe that can be worn with any color and dressed up or down.
The Zara ankle trousers were a deal [!!!] when I bought them from the kid’s section, making them $20 cheaper than the women’s version [SIMILAR]. They were so comfortable and fitted perfectly that I bought another pair. The key to a fitted pair of ankle jeans is to make sure they’re not loose at the bottom cuff and the length doesn’t go below your ankle bone [this would just be called jeans, not ankle jeans]. I added my Sperry leather ankle booties, knowing the ankle jeans would compliment them. Not only was this a perfect ensemble for a casual stroll and dinner, this outfit made it seem like I was ready to hop onto a motorcycle and ride off into the sunset.