YOSEMITE

Nov 7, 2011


Isabel Marant cardigan c.o Satine // DIY bleached denim shirt // Ezekiel jeans // Acne boots

Hey mother nature - just steady the course into crisp winter weather and I promise I'll stop complaining about ashy skin and chapped knuckles this year. Please just no more of this back and forth hot/cold nonsense, I can't keep toggling between tanks and sweaters. This sweater is begging to be worn in a more regular rotation so let's not mess with my knit game, huh?

I did a few interviews recently. You can check them out here and here.

21 comments :

Pomeline said...

Have a go at Ontario, Canada, where we experience -22 to 104 F. I wish the most layering I had to do was a sweater!

RAYNE said...

Such an amazing sweater, I think this would be Cosby approved (no one sported better sweaters than the Huxtables imo)

xx
www.lluviaforallseasons.com

Nora said...

Alright, that sweater is a traffic stopper! Just brilliant! I love it! I love the pairing with the light jeans too! Oh you look so cute!

Nora
Nora Finds

Camilla said...

I looove this look!! Really cool pictures too :-)

Camilla, Scent of Fashion

Paula said...

Great interviews, so refreshing and different of what we spect for a blogger to say ^^

Raez said...

Know whatcha mean. I don't even think there's such a thing as good weather, it's always one extreme or the other...

Anyways, thoroughly enjoyed reading both of your articles! You do you and you don't really give a shit-- what more could a reader ask for?

Obsesiones de una Nina said...

Just discovered your blog, what planet have I been living on? Love this cardigan and you have a cool ass blog!

monkeyshines ♥ said...

fun jacket!

Bises,
monkeyshines
http://monkeyshines-monkeyshines.blogspot.com/

Mia from 123456789smiling said...

Aah Isabel makes the best clothes ! AND you look great in it!

I wear my IM stuff almost every day ;) ...

Sleepy Darlings said...

9 A.M. - boot weather. by 2 P.M. - sandals weather. Makes getting dressed really difficult. you can exactly layer your feet.

Love the reverse stitch on that sweater, p.s.

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noura. said...

you look so fantastic. i'm all about the knits right now

Oracle Fox said...

Oh no Janeybelles!!! How can you do this to me! I love this jumper, you are taunting me, heheh! Rad styling lady with the stonewash and cuffed jeans! I'm going to skate my way over to your place now and steel the sweater when you are asleep! xxxx mands

Nia said...

Great interviews, Jim! ;)

Linda Lu said...

I feel the same way about the weather.

Anonymous said...

You know what you should get, that Celine Winter 2011 sweater. I think it would look really good on you, It's so cute. What do you think about it?

http://www.elle.com/var/ezflow_site/storage/images/sandbox/elle-shops-graphic-knits/cashmere-blend-sweater-celine/6879892-1-eng-US/Cashmere-blend-sweater-Celine.jpg

http://www.fashionhippo.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/celine_frtw2011.jpg

Do you think its cute?

P.S I Love the sweater your wearing.

joelle van dyne said...

i just copied and saved your interview comment about the difficulties of doing simple things when you're a 'creative person'. SO true, dude. i've been wanting a sweatshirt for probably 2 years now. you explained so succinctly why it is so hard! hah. loving your take on denim-on-denim in these photos.

Suzanne said...

This hot and cold sh*t is happening all over the world...so weird. I'm from the Netherlands and it is almost like spring here, last year around this time I was wearing a leather jacket with a faux fur coat over it. Pretty insane!

sarah said...

awesome cardigan! love this look. just found your blog and i love it :)

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Natalie of Fashion Intel said...

I'm really loving these Fall Isabel Marant pieces, not loving that she called them "Navajo." I too have chapped knuckles and now feel better knowing you have them too!

EN VANITÉ said...

Hopefully mother nature works in your favor.

type.write said...

love love love this outfit, it's so cozy.

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