Finding the perfect pair of boyfriend jeans can be tough. By nature, boyfriend jeans walk a very fine line, complicating the search to find the perfect balance between baggy and fitted; light wash and dark wash; and masculine and feminine.
After an extensive search, I finally found exactly what I’ve been searching for. In a world full of skinny jeans (that aren’t always comfortable), I was looking for a pair of boyfriend jeans that were cozy and stylish. These jeans make me feel like I’m wearing pyjamas – seriously. After a long day, I usually change into pyjamas the second I get the chance, but since I brought these baggy boyfriends home, I’ve found myself wearing them all evening. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by finding a pair of flattering boyfriend jeans, remember that it’s kind of like dating: it takes a while to time to find the right fit. Keep searching and get clear on what you want.
Speaking of finding the right fit, I’m on month two of being gluten, dairy, caffeine, and sugar free. It was really challenging at first, but I finally feel like I’m getting into the groove of things. I’m eating completely clean, relying heavily on my new favourite food blog, My New Roots, and Gwyneth Paltrow’s latest cookbook, It’s All Good. If you’re unfamiliar with either, I highly recommend checking them out. My New Roots is informative and mouthwatering, and It’s All Good is my absolute favourite cookbook. I’ve never owned a recipe book that I use twice at week at minimum. Oh yes, and all the recipes are crazy-tasty.
I’m shocked to see how many everyday items that sugar is hiding in: crackers, bread, yoghurt, cereal, granola bars, condiments, deli meats, sauces…the list goes on. Before I changed my eating habits, there were so many times that I thought I was eating healthy, only to realize that I was consuming sugar without even realizing it. If I’m going to eat sugar, I want to know about it (and I’ll savour every moment). Wherever this clean eating takes me, the biggest thing I’ve learned is to be conscious of what I’m consuming. One could even call it conscious consuming.
| Tee: Taylor T-Shirt c/o Judith & Charles | Jeans: Mavi Boyfriend Emma c/o Bootlegger | Booties: Aldo | Belt: Zara |
| Friendship Bracelet: J.Crew| Other Bracelets: Stella & Dot | Lipstick: Colorburst Lacquer Balm in Coquette c/o Revlon |
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