I wouldn’t say that I’m predicting trends, or even trying to. But I’ve started thinking about what my summer wardrobe could look like. I find the older I get, the more I dress like a child. I replaced the velvet sneakers I had when I was 6. I wear hats all the time, as far out at my big hat. I don’t know what the style is. This year I caught myself looking at Tevas and Hawaiian shirts. I think this summer is going to be retro-nostalgic.
I've never really worn animal prints, but this shirt looks comfortable, and makes me think of Mic Jagger.
These shirts are made in New England! I never wear a tie, so this striped placket is a nice touch.
I saw this in person at the Elderstatesman store, but they failed to tell me it glowed in the dark!
Nothing is as comfortable as a cashmere silk blend t-shirt. I used to wear mine all the time, until it made it through the wash.
I've always liked gladiator sandals. Even as a kid. There was a pair of Birkenstocks with straps that went up your ankle, but they were skinny. I wanted something more like this. And finally, Givenchy has brought it to us!
These aren't actually Teva, but Prada. I probably wouldn't buy these, but I think they're very cool.
Topo Designs makes all kinds of cool stuff, in America. I had a pair of Chubbie's that were similar in color, but fell apart after 1 season. These I'm assuming are more durable, and aren't outrageously expensive at $85!
I think I'm ready to pull off white jeans. Or pull on, should I say. I think they'd look good with that leopard print shirt and those Givenchy sandals.