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Jeans – Levi’s
Shirt – American Apparel
Boots – Clarks

As the weather gets warmer (and I get lazier) I find myself reaching for a t-shirt in the morning instead of a button up. I find that a t-shirt with a rougher texture and a chest pocket “dresses up” the t-shirt a little bit. I’m trying to avoid that “undershirt” look.

The jeans are the 510 rigid stretch from Levi’s. I had the hems tapered a little bit because I hate when the jeans flare out where the cuff meets the shoe. This is their six month, no wash yet. I lost a bit of weight recently, so now they’re too loose on the waist. I’m considering throwing them in the dryer after I wash them. Anyway, I wasn’t a huge fan of the wash of the jeans when I first got them, but after a few months of wear I think they’re looking pretty good.

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  1. June 19, 2013

    Un look muy casual y relajado. Me gusta el material y la textura del sweater, combina perfectamente con ese jean. Los zapatos me fascinan, tono piel

  2. alex. #
    June 19, 2013

    great great fit very casual.
    where did you get them tampered ?

  3. June 20, 2013

    i love the overall basic/causal colors on clothes and how the red bracelet adds a litte fun

  4. kylie #
    June 21, 2013

    can you get put a bloglovin thing on your blog so that i can follow it please

    • Victoria #
      June 23, 2013

      Agreed, how are people gon keep track of your posts Edward!

      • Victoria #
        June 23, 2013

        Agreed, please get a bloglovin icon. How are people gon keep track of your posts Edward!

  5. Daniel #
    June 28, 2013

    Did those 510s stretch below the knee line? I have a pair that are almost skin tight in that area, and my legs are quite skinny.

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