There’s nothing sweeter than the satisfaction of arriving home Friday after work, kicking off your heels and slipping into something a bit more comfortable. Comfort is the name of the game once the weekend rolls around, but that doesn’t mean you need to forgo style. When we spotted this look from Kayte of Mass Musings, we knew she was right on the money for the perfect weekend outfit that is both easy to wear and super stylish. By tying a plaid flannel around the waist of classic jeans and a tee, Kayte manages to look effortlessly on-trend and seasonal. Lucky for us, she curated similar styles of this look into a StyleSpotter Collection “All About the Bass”, so you can instantly shop the entire look. Read on to learn her inspiration and reasoning behind this look.
“Maybe it’s the Maine girl in me but I love flannel. It’s a little androgynous but really cute when paired with the right things. Tying it around your waist takes any outfit from plain to 90’s chic.”
“Some days, no matter how much I like my outfit, I can’t wait until the day is over to change. There’s something about being stuck in the same clothes for hours at my desk that makes me cringe. So, if I can look cute and stay comfortable, I’m a happy camper. T-shirts always prove to be good layering tools and at the end of the day, I’m a jeans and t-shirt kinda gal!”
“Growing up I only wore silver, so I was surprised when I started gravitating towards gold in college. Now I mix both metals all the time! I think as long as you do things simply, and in moderation, you can make anything look cool.”
“I always love a good pair of jeans. In high school, our dress code prohibited us from wearing denim except on dress down days. Today, it still feels like a treat whenever I wear them. I love denim because you can dress it up or down simply by switching out your accessories or shoes!”
By Kasha Cabato
Kasha Cabato is a fashion industry professional who specializes in marketing and social media. She is a graduate of Parsons The New School for Design and lives in Los Angeles, CA.
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