It’s the minimal things that count, like messy manes and cozy knits. As of late I have taken the Parisian approach (due to vigorously reading ‘How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are’) of adopting delightfully disheveled hair; the neater the look, the messier the tresses. “Her hairstyle is never immaculate and it’s rare that she goes for a blowout. She cultivates, depending on her age, a type of capillary blur, to varying degrees of tidiness. But make no mistake, this is a very carefully organized chaos.”
This particular organized chaos was focused around Nicole Miller’s Ghost Flower monochromatic two-piece. The oh-so-soft sweater separates were paired with Kathryn Amberleigh shoes and a simple House of Harlow 1960 Sunburst Bar Wrap Necklace. I tucked my tousled hair inside the collar and used Drybar’s Money Maker to emphasize my au naturel bed-head. But let’s be honest, we know what the real “money-maker” is here (awkward wink).
Photographed by Julia Lang