WHAT I WORE:
1970s Boy Next Door Button-Up, coming soon to TRV
WHERE I WORE IT:
Have I told you that my husband Jordan lived in England until he was thirteen? He did, and although we live in Los Angeles now, his parents, brother, and sister still live near London. So we’ve been very happy to get a nice long visit from his mother, Nori, for the past week and a half, since she lives in a whole other country and we rarely get to see her. Mum is always so refreshing and re-energizing to be around, always has wild and interesting stories to tell about her travels, and has a passion for 60s music, like I do. She’s one of my favorite people on the planet, and I love having her here.
Last night, to give her a proper goodbye, we took her to Chateau for a drink and a bit of dessert. I’ve written about Chateau Marmont before here—it’s one of my favorite places—and it was beautiful and yummy as always. I love when you can depend on a place to always give you the same great experience. Mum loved it, so mission accomplished.
This shirt came from one of my favorite vintage shops, Hong Kong in Charlotte, North Carolina. They have pieces that are just amazing, and so many of them. It looks like something you’d see Jerry Hall lounging around the house in in the late 1970s. But I also love this button-up because it’s light and easy to wear, and very versatile. You can throw it on tucked into high-waist jeans or shorts and add heels, and it looks so chic. I tried to wear it without the tights to church before Chateau, and Mum didn’t approve, so I added those and it does make a cute little dress with a belt. You can also just wear it boho-style as a shirt dress with no belt and cowboy boots, and that looks really great, too. It’s the shirt of a thousand looks. I love it.