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Three Casual Items for Weekend Wear

Fashion, Travel, StyleCrystal JacksonComment
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Sweatshirt: ActiveLife (almost identical here) // Pants: Old Navy (On sale for under $20) // Shoes: Sperry's // Purse: French Connection // Sunnies: Elli Tahari

I've never really been a super casual girl. I struggle sometimes to even wear loafers with a dress instead of ballet flats or heels. Some of us just prefer to be overdressed, but when I received this gray hoodie for Christmas I couldn't stop living in it. Seriously, every weekend I've thrown it over a tank top for lounging around or to go for a run. Last weekend I was on a six hour road trip so I decided to pair it with a few favorites I recently picked up for a relaxed look that was comfortable for being in the car. Here are the three casual pieces I'd recommend to anyone looking for a comfy look:

The Gray Sweatshirt

I like the softness of a light heather gray instead of a darker charcoal for a sweatshirt. It pairs nicely with the pop of these coral jeans or with a softer shade of pink or blush. This color even works great with pale blue or peach. Look for a shirt with good quality and a really soft inside. 

The Pink Sperry Shoe

I've been a lover of Sperry since early college. I had a pair of tan leather top-siders that were my go-to for everything from river floating trips to hikes in Hawaii. Their quality is hard to match and they last for a really long time. When I saw these the other day in a pale pink canvas I figured they would be perfect for Spring and Summer this year. They look great with jeans on cooler days but as the weather warms up a good pair of white shorts or even a sundress will compliment them perfectly.

Coral Jeans

Last month after traveling to Freeport, Maine I picked up these coral distressed jeans that are extremely soft and comfortable. I only have one other distressed pair (see here and here) and like that these are a fresh take on that look. I also love how they come right to my ankle and didn't need any tailoring.

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