i’ve been into the track pants as pants trend for a while, but it’s taken me a while to find the right pair (other than my favorite black elastic ankle pair). after spotting these pants at free people, i wanted to give a more literal approach to the trend a shot and i’m kind of in love. my inseam is on the shorter side, so i was concerned these would be too long, but they aren’t with a 3 1/2″ heel. i’m digging the contrast side panel with the curved hem and snap detail, which adds a bit of polish. to add more visual interest, i’ve added a longer, striped tunic and an old pajama blazer from zara that has a subtle dot texture and also has piping to mimic the pants.
the bag i’m carrying is from sf based future glory. designer theresa lee is a former art director who founded her company with the original rockwell bag (above) in 2013, and makes all the line’s bags in the dogpatch. the collection is “designed by women and made by women for women” and a percentage of each sale goes to helping organizations that benefit the lives of women. nothing better than women uplifting other women (and stay tuned for more on lee).
zara blazer, vintage shirt (similar), free people pant, club monaco sandals, future glory bag (also available in a larger size and a tote), linda farrow x alexander wang sunglasses, michael kors earrings, giorgio armani rouge d’armani lipstick in 600 front row
photos by alex drysdale