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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

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BRALET: CALVIN KLEIN VIA URBAN OUTFITTERS
UNDERWEAR: CALVIN KLEIN VIA URBAN OUTFITTERS
DUSTER - H&M
BOYFRIEND JEANS - TOPSHOP
BOOTS - TOPSHOP
CHOKER - TOPSHOP

It's finally starting to feel like summer around here, and I am FINALLY getting to blog about these Calvin Klein underwear sets! I know they've been all the rage on the blogs/instagram/everywhere else, but naturally I was late to buying them and even later to styling them in a post. The 90's style craze has still been going strong, and as CK was one of the biggest brands of the time, it was only a matter of time before these sets started becoming popular again. Retailers like Topshop, Urban Outfitters, and ASOS to name a few have them in stock, in a variation of colors besides the classic black, white, and gray. Whenever I see these, I instantly think of the ads featuring Kate Moss, and more recently the campaigns featuring the likes of Kendall Jenner. I'm sure you've also come across the hashtag #MyCalvins as well.

Many people are unsure of how to style them, since they're usually considered loungewear/underwear. They work perfectly fine for that purpose, because they're extremely comfortable and well made. However, they've made a strong resurgence in street style and fashion blogs, and people have been wearing them either as a set, or with one or the other showing in their ensemble. It's ultimately up to you how you feel comfortable with the styling, but I thought I'd show the way that I'd wear them if I were to take them out. I paired the black CK set with a long duster coat to give me some coverage and balance out the crop, and then a pair of ripped boyfriend jeans that sit low in order to show off the band. The choker and boots sort of lend a more 90's throwback feel, which I felt appropriate. This might not be for everyone, as it is a lot of midriff, but I personally had fun and felt very badass in this look.

All items are linked above where possible. How would you wear your Calvins? Let me know below in a comment, and thanks for reading! Until next time.

Rekik

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