With the warmer weather here to stay I have been slowly but surely making a few new additions and wishes to my wardrobe so today I want to share them with you. If you saw my SS '17 capsule planning post here then you know that I'm all about effortless beauty and lightweight, simple pieces this season.
To help make that a reality on the beauty front, I picked up the Glossier Cloud Paints in Dusk and Haze (a full review on these coming later this week and a tutorial next week) and got a fresh chop. For my hair I took off quite a bit because it was getting insanely long and starting to give me a headache in this heat. All-in-all I am SO happy with how it turned out but I've been having to re-learn how to do my hair a bit because my usual flat iron curls routine just isn't cutting it anymore. Part of this whole process has taken me down the path of using pomade though and so far I'm loving the end result. To test it all out I've been borrowing Jason's pomade for now but have my eye on this one from Kristin Ess that I hope to pick up soon.
Another thing I'm thinking about picking up is a forever comb because I've noticed that I'm having to repurchase my go-to wet brushes a little too often for my liking. As you know, I prefer to make purchases that will last beyond a few months or years even when possible and I've heard wonderful things about this comb that is not only beautifully made but will look lovely on my vanity.
When it comes to fashion, I'm loving the 100% human campaign from Everlane. For every sale of this particular tee in pale pink Everlane donates $5 to Equality Now—which has been fighting to promote equal rights for women around the world since 1992. I love everything about this and am proud to support such a wonderful cause - plus it's adorable and super comfortable.
Unsurprisingly, Everlane is also responsible for another purchase I've been eyeing for the warmer weather. These slide sandals in a classic light brown are just what the doctor ordered this season and if the reviews prove right, they should be just as comfortable as my other Everlane shoes. As if that wasn't enough to get me on board, they're only $88!
Last but not least is a piece I've been debating for months. In my never-ending quest for the perfect pair of medium to light wash, straight leg, cropped denim that I can wear forever I've tried nearly every pair on the market but have yet to find a pair that worked just right. Throughout this search ReDone denim has come up time and time again and after reading tons of positive reviews I am seriously considering saving up for a pair. Not only are these jeans incredibly classic, but I love the sustainability aspect of them - each pair is a repurposed and tailored pair of vintage Levi's. Right now, the price tag is a bit steep to justify but if and when I do pick them up I'll be sure to report back.