OFF DUTY

Off Duty Street StyleSage_Coralli_NYFW_White_Sneakers-0048Sage_Coralli_NYFW_White_Sneakers-0017Sage_Coralli_NYFW_White_Sneakers-0011Sage_Coralli_NYFW_White_Sneakers-0021Sage_Coralli_NYFW_White_Sneakers-0009Off Duty Street StyleSage_Coralli_NYFW_White_Sneakers-0080Sage_Coralli_NYFW_White_Sneakers-0014Sage_Coralli_NYFW_White_Sneakers-0007ALL PHOTOS BY JUSTIN JAMES

GREY SWEATER (ALSO LOVING THIS ONE) | GREY MINK COAT | BURBERRY SCARF | BLACK DISTRESSED SKINNY JEANS (SIZE UP– WEARING A 26 & JUST BOUGHT THIS COLOR TOO) | MARC BY MARC JACOBS HIGHTOP SNEAKERS | BLACK LEATHER BACKPACK PURSE | KAREN WALKER SUNGLASSES |

This is what I like to call an ‘Off Duty’ look — your go-to outfit when you have nowhere to be/nothing to do. If I didn’t have to leave my hotel room and bare the freezing temps, rest assured I would’ve stay in my PJ’s…but it was our only day off in NYC, so we took full advantage of it. And by full advantage I mean bottomless brunch with new Dallas blogger friends of Selah and Sam, roaming the streets or NYC, shopping, and doing everything we could to stay warm while doing so!

When I have nowhere important to be & I’m not taking blog photos, my every day look is pretty simple. I totally believe less is MORE (…well not always, but here yes).  In true tomboy fashion– jeans + basic tee +comfortable shoes = my go-to (I had to swap my tee for a sweater here because it was FREEZING cold). Something easy to throw on, comfortable, and doesn’t take a lot of thought. I hoard basic items in my closet because I know I will get the most use out of them! Oh, and anything soft or cozy…I can’t resist.

P.S.Did I mention how cold it was during NYFW?? I couldn’t feel my face while shooting these photos!!!!

What is your go-to off duty look? I would love to hear, please share in the comments below! XO.

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  1. […] because they’re my comfort zone. For me, it’s part of my go-to look I discussed in this recent post. I RARELY get rid of my denim, because I know at some point they’ll be used again. Hang on to […]

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