This is the kind of thing Jaime wears on a casual day out when she thinks she might run into an ex boyfriend. All right, maybe I’m projecting a little. Her leggings are Wolford.
The happy pink skirt is from COS in Copenhagen. Jaime is totally powerless in the face of unexpected pleats.
Her T-shirt is Vanessa Bruno; Jaime gives a thumbs up to their basics.
Her suede flats are Sigerson Morrison, purchased at Nida in San Francisco. I just realized that I’ve never seen Jaime limping in her shoes. Even on her wedding day, she wore a pair of flat sandals under her dress.
The girl with the comfy flats always gets the last laugh.
Tomorrow, Jaime’s cocktail look and final outfit. See you there!
Apologies for the post delay, yesterday was one of those days. Thanks for checking back.
Don’t mind Jaime, she’s just stepping out for a stroll through the open-air markets of Cuba.
It’s so easy for hats to look forced. Who throws on a fedora this effortlessly? Urban Outfitter models and Jaime, that’s who. Jaime does low-key sexy better than anyone I know.
Her hat is a Stetson, but was purchased in Copenhagen. Jaimes likes to shop when she travels — she worked as a consultant for years and is a travel enthusiast, so she has lots of trips under her (weathered leather) belt (purchased in Zambia).
Her J necklace was a gift from her sister Nancy, who wears the same necklace but with an N on it. Aww. Wearing matching necklaces is pretty much the best reason to have a sister.
Her black tank top is Banana Republic, purchased in a NYC Soho store circa 2001. Can anyone else believe it hasn’t acquired a giant stain in the last nine years? Clearly Jaime doesn’t eat spaghetti. The green cardigan is JCrew.
The bag is Hermes.
Thought I’d just let that settle in for a moment. Jaime says she gets her more expensive clothes on sale, but the Hermes bag was an exception. She fell in love the first time she saw it, and worked up her courage (and presumably savings) for two years before laying down the cash. Now she sleeps with it and bottle feeds it.
By contrast, she bought her sandals from Ann Taylor twelve years ago and has had them repaired three times.
And that’s a wrap. Tune in tomorrow for a little more Subtle Sexuality. Jaime, take us out:
Yep. That’s still working for you, girl.