There’s something so simple and easy about jeans and a tee. It makes for the perfect “blank canvas” if you will… allowing you to have a little more fun with your accessories.
I’ve mentioned this before but I really struggle with boyfriend jeans. I have wide hips and littler legs, so if I am not careful I can look big all over. That’s why I always a) go for a slimmer cut boyfriend jean, and b) always pair them with heels. I love this pair from Grana, and can’t believe that they are only $49. All of Grana’s denim is sourced from Japan and made using ring spun cotton which results in denim that is both soft and very strong. The denim is rope dyed (an old school method), resulting in a deep, vibrant indigo shade.
I hope you guys had a great weekend. I’m headed back to New York from Charleston this morning. It was so nice to have a few days away and catch up with friends!
PS – Take 10% off (+ get free worldwide shipping with code GRACExGRANA.
Outfit Details: Grana Tee (c/o) // Grana Jeans (c/o) // Old Navy Belt (old but similar) // BaubleBar Necklace (similar) // Jimmy Choo Platforms (on major sale, also here… + a fun similar style here) // Cuyana Tote // Lipstick (in Orange Shot)
We have talked about Grana before (here, here, and here) but they’ve become my favorite resource for great basics that are both high-quality and well-priced. In the winter I live in their (crazy affordable, ultra soft) cashmere… but for summer I also love their Chinese silk pieces. (I have this silk dress in bright red and wear it all the time).
Their tees and jeans are definitely a new favorite – price point aside, the quality is amazing. As I mentioned before, all of their denim is sourced in Japan. The tees are made from Peruvian Pima Cotton which is soft, durable, and very long lasting. This slub v-neck is my new go-to and it definitely does not feel like a $19 t-shirt!
You can learn more about all of Grana’s fabrics here, and if you want to do some shopping… GRACExGRANA will get you 10% off and free shipping!
Created in collaboration with Grana; photography by Lydia Hudgens.