Sports Luxe (?)

Club Monaco tank top, Zara faux leather skirt, Superga sneakers, Chanel bag, Ray-Ban sunglasses

Club Monaco tank top, Zara faux leather skirt, Superga sneakers, Chanel bag, Ray-Ban sunglasses

Pajama pants, jogging pants, sneakers, lingerie--I love how all of these new fashion trends are inching towards being lazy. Even fashion is getting lazy and wants to take a nap. Except when fashion wants to be lazy it calls itself "sports luxe" or "sports chic" or what me and the rest of the world calls "being casual." My husband has some other choice words to describe me when I'm in these clothes drooling on the couch mid-nap. Apparently though, if you put the words "luxe" or "chic" after describing something that is not luxe or chic, then it magically becomes so. To be safe, for this outfit, I also added the Chanel bag to my ensemble for the "luxe" part. I DO NOT want someone mistakenly thinking that I am wearing casual clothes just because I'm wearing casual clothes.

Vita Fede, David Yurman, bracelets, Cartier, Vita Fede and Baublebar rings, Michele watch

Vita Fede, David Yurman, bracelets, Cartier, Vita Fede and Baublebar rings, Michele watch

Feeling Pretty Rock'n'Roll

Club Monaco leather jacket, Calvin Klein chemise, Prabal Gurung x Target shoes, Chanel bag, Ray-Ban sunglasses

Club Monaco leather jacket, Calvin Klein chemise, Prabal Gurung x Target shoes, Chanel bag, Ray-Ban sunglasses

There's something about leather that makes it totally...badass. And there's something about pairing leather with lingerie that makes it so perfect. Like when the hot bad guy goes out with the nice sweet good girl and then they break out into a raunchy song and dance like in the movie Hairspray. Sweet sweet love. Plus, this is pretty obviously perfect date-wear. It transitions seamlessly from day to night. And by night, I mean ""night three" after you've already worn normal clothes out that don't say the word "boudoir" on the label. You're no hoochie...until it's appropriate.

Hermes Collier de Chien and Clic Clac bracelets

Hermes Collier de Chien and Clic Clac bracelets