Stripe And Jeans

Sunday, August 4, 2019

Stripe And Jeans

The time I show you my typical tropical evening casual jeans and tee outfit.

Lately in the evening during my walk, I have started to randomly sprint. It could also be that I may be sprinting away from loud people in general. In either case, I get to run and feel that so-called runner's high.

Some random jogger made a comment about the undeniable benefit of running while I was walking slowly one fine evening. As he'd passed me and I walked slower to keep a distance from the random sprinter, he decided to reduce his speed to talk about how I should jog instead of walk. After casually mentioning his advanced age and fond past memories of jogging, I smiled and said thanks for his (unsolicited) advice and walked even slower so he can delightfully jog off.

When I think about a tank and jeans outfit to wear on a tropical evening day, I gravitate to this super chill look. The top is made of breathable cotton and has simple stripes spaced out just nicely on them. It has a pretty back zipper that is visible for a bit of visual pop on an otherwise low-key sleeveless top.

The blue jeans are in a faded wash that I adore. The cut is pretty straight and high-waisted. Mom jeans style, yas. I usually wear a belt with it to hold the waist bit up.

On a day when I am tempted to don a pair of blue jeans because of a hairy leg situation but can't stand to wear anything heavy on top because I prefer for it to be breezy, I often go sleeveless like this. It's a casual outfit that is perfect for errand-running, doing absolutely nothing and I still feel quite cute in it.

It's also a no-brainer to wear something white or off-white on top for a cooling effect during a hot evening, I think, as opposed to wearing black. Unless I feel particularly inclined to wear black, that is.

Enough about my outfit — The most pressing question of the moment is what are YOU wearing right now?

What is your favorite casual outfit for errand-running, people-watching, bird-watching or simply loitering around town like a proper townie? Please drop your comments down below and I will be sure to read them!

To seal off this entry, here's a quote by Alan Watts:

“Life is like music for its own sake. We are living in an eternal now, and when we listen to music we are not listening to the past, we are not listening to the future, we are listening to an expanded present.”

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