borrowed from the boys

cashmere sweater and leather pants via fashionsquad

pictures by Mattias Swenson

FRIDAY. Can’t believe it’s Friday again, this week really went by in the blink of an eye, and so did the last days of stubborn summer heat. Fall has finally hit NYC and this time it’s here to stay! I’ve already started whipping out my favorite knits and the latest addition is this super soft grey cashmere sweater that I got at Uniqlo the other day. I always buy mine at the mens department because I like the fit better and over the years they’ve become somewhat of a staple in my closet. Love pairing them with black leather pants like above, or a pair of boyfriend jeans!

CASHMERE SWEATER Uniqlo (also love this one!). LEATHER PANTS J Brand. EARRINGS Kelly Wearstler. BAG Proenza Schouler (here). BOOTS Belle by Sigerson Morrison.

86 thoughts on “borrowed from the boys

  1. I totally agree with you, the Men’s department has the best fits! Always borrowing from the boys – And you look rock this outfit!

  2. Love your leather pants and I also love wearing my boyfriends jumper, the cut is just so much cooler. Also Zara does right now some great jumpers in the men’s department :)

    Greetings from London,

  3. Same here in Barcelona, this weekend was the first real fall one, rainy and realtively cold for Barcelona. Summer’s definitely over and although it makes me a bit sad I’m also looking forward to put on warmer clothes, stay inside with a hot cup of tea and dedicate my time DIY projects. BTW I also prefer the man’s cut of sweaters because women’s sweater often have no err how’s that called, trim? have a nice sunday :)

  4. good look!!! Very simple but… I loved… by the way You have exactly the same bracelet like I give for my loving sister… just great!!

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