White and blue ringer tee, Nollie. Floral printed skinny cords, Free People. Red ankle boots, O'Neill. Woven leather belt, thrifted. Camera bag purse, Fossil. Glittery red nail polish, Gap.
This is my preferred version of "jeans and a tee shirt". When I stumbled across these printed cords on sale from Free People, I knew they would be in heavy rotation for the fall and winter season. They fit like a glove and the brown/grey color with red accents goes with a great deal in my wardrobe. When I put together this outfit, it was warm enough outside just to pair the cords with a contrasting tee shirt (that is, by the way, the softest shirt I own).
I find it funny that the location that I'm posing in is literally a brush pile. Patrick and I decided to drive to a part of Maryville that we had never been to before, and these pictures are the result. We pulled over in an abandoned lot, intending to turn around when the location we had stopped at caught our eyes. The brush pile really did look like a heap of trash to the untrained eye. But after some gentle persuasion, I agreed that the location really was beautiful. I'm learning to appreciate that there needn't be some elaborate set up to capture some great shots.