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Three Fall Styles We’re Seeing Everywhere

Three Fall Trends (Will You Wear Them?)

We’re three days away from the official start of autumn, the season of weird candy pumpkins, the best batch of TV shows, and, arguably, the most exciting part of all: fall fashion. Here are a few pieces we’re looking forward to wearing (what would you add?)…

Three Fall Trends (Will You Wear Them?)

Three Fall Trends (Will You Wear Them?)

Crewneck sweater, zip midi skirt, slip-on sneakers.

Pencil skirts. The sexy closet staple has become even more wearable, thanks to stretchier fabrics and longer lengths. Pair with a chunky sweater for a casual look or dress it up with block heel booties. Here are three versatile options: denim, midi and work-friendly.

Three Fall Trends

Three Fall Trends

Tiered midi dress, kitten heel mule.

Leopard print. Where do you stand on animal patterns? We’ve been spotting leopard print all around NYC lately, and especially when worn in small doses, it reads as flirty and fun. (And less my childhood idol, Shania Twain;) Here are three other ways to work it into your wardrobe: mules, sweater and pouch.

Three Fall Trends (Will You Wear Them?)

Three Fall Trends

Striped ribbed tee, high-waist cotton jeans, leather sneakers.

’70s-inspired knits. Throwback striped sweaters are the most casual thing, but they strike the perfect balance between playful and cool. They’d look cute tucked into cotton jeans with knock-around sneakers. Here are four great options: ribbed, bold and long.

Thoughts? What are you wearing this fall?

(Photos by Heather Moore for Cup of Jo and modeling by Isabella Enrico. This post is in partnership with Nordstrom, a retailer we’ve loved for years. They have awesome customer service, and always offer free shipping and returns. Thank you so much for supporting the sponsors that support Cup of Jo.)

  1. I love the leopard print, but I don’t think I like to pair with kitten heels… It kind of throws me off.

  2. ES says...

    Love the ’70s inspired knits, and was excited to click through to the four options, only to be horrified by the Nordstrom ribbed sweater stripes not lining up in the back ahhh! Maybe just me, but I just cannot handle it. Love the other options, though! Too bad I didn’t save all my ribbed striped sweaters from the Gap circa 1999 too :)

  3. Annie says...

    Got nervous the trend for the third look was going to say kitten heels are back. . . hard pass. I’m down for leopard print though.

  4. Lindsay Meyer says...

    Y’all. Was leopard print ever NOT on trend? Granted, I live in Jacksonville (home of the Jacksonville Jaguars), but I’m from Texas. I’ve always had a very steady assortment of leopard print (which is a neutral) in my closet. I can’t help but love it.

  5. Rue says...

    In fifth grade (in the 90s), my best friend came to school wearing a short sleeve mock turtleneck striped sweater from The Limited Too. I had never been into fashion till then. Or, rather, I was very focused on buying clothes from the boys section up until that point. But I came home and announced to my parents that I HAD to go to The Limited Too and get this short sleeve mock neck number. My mom hates shopping, but my dad gamely agreed to take me to the mall, and bought me the sweater in two different colors.

    It took me from fifth grade until my late 20s to feel comfortable seeking out clothes that I feel good about and owning my own style. In my early 30s, now I feel like my style continues to evolve but that I’m in the driver’s seat. It used to feel like I’d have to order a bunch of stuff and try so many things on and send most of it back and feel like I couldn’t anticipate what I’d feel good in. But now it’s different. A few weeks ago I ordered new pants for work, spent 20 minutes browsing and ordering, and feel great about what I bought.

    I wish I could tell younger me that this clothing thing takes a while. It takes time and interest and effort and reflection. But it also makes me feel really good to dress how I want to dress, and to present myself to the world and to *me* in a way that fits how I imagine myself when I’m feeling at my best.

    This is a long way of saying that, while I appreciate the function that short sleeve striped sweaters serve, I will not be partaking in a trend that carries a lot of emotional weight for me, and not all of it is comfortable emotion. That represents a time when I thought I had to imitate other people, rather than gathering ideas from others but making things my own.

  6. Dienesa says...

    When I was in middle school, I had a pair of leopard print flare jeans I loved wearing. But one day, one of the popular boys teased me about dressing weird (“Why do you always dress like that?”). So impressionable, I toned down my style after that so I didn’t stand out as much. I must admit this self-consciousness endured into adulthood.

    Until now – I am on the hunt for the perfect pair of leopard prints pants to redeem that moment and embrace middle school me.

  7. Lisa says...

    I have a deep and abiding love of leopard print (actually all animal prints) that my husband doesn’t quite understand. My dream is to have a leopard print coat but I think that might be going too far. I do have zebra print flats which I think go with everything – they’re black and white stripe which is a neutral, right?

    This winter I plan on fulfilling a decades long dream of owning a Ralph Lauren cable knit sweater. I bought a similar one (different company) on sale at the end of last winter as it was so FREAKING cold. Unfortunately I killed it in the spring by not following the washing instructions properly, so I need a new one.
    But – I wish summer wouldn’t end. I’m not ready to be cold.

    • Biden has a fabulous not-too-out-there leopard print coat this fall. I say go for it!

    • kim says...

      I recently saved a shrunken sweater by searching on Pinterest – and soaking it in hair conditioner.
      I thought it was ruined. It was so tiny! I washed my favourite wool sweater in hot water. So dumb, but now it’s totally wearable again!
      It’s my cozy around home/layered under my rain jacket sweater – so it might not help a more structured or cable knit, but if you still have it it’s worth a shot!

  8. Only a little in NYC? Leopard print is ALL OVER London rn. I LOVE it!

  9. Kate says...

    International reader here. Please explain when you guys call autumn “autumn” and when you call it “fall”? Fall is primarily a word for an embarrassing moment and not a season outside the US :)

    • Leah says...

      They’re interchangeable! Just 2 words for the same thing, i believe.

    • Madie says...

      Hi! The words “Fall” and “Autumn” are interchangeable here in the US… writers may use both depending on which sounds better.

  10. Sara says...

    Wish they had the crewneck in not white/cream! I can’t be trusted.

  11. Cait says...

    I’ve always had such a strong aversion to ribbed fabric! It’s uncomfortable and looks/feels cheap to me. Corduroy on the other hand….

  12. Liz Velasque says...

    I’m adding the JBrand Joan high waist, cropped corduroy in both black and pumpkin color.

  13. Cara M says...

    I have a midi leopard print pencil skirt (from three years back) that actually looks chic and sexy with other plain elements. My husband, who is not a fan of animal print, jokingly refers to it as my “New Jersey Mob wife” outfit. It just makes me even more determined to wear it! Normally I’m not a big animal print wearer, but the outfit makes me feel playful! Grrrr!

  14. Annie says...

    I adore all of these. Off to my Pinterest board they go!

  15. Hayley says...

    this fall/winter I plan to wear as many dresses and black jeans to work as possible! I am also all in on high waisted straight jeans. This is probably because of Alice Gao’s influence- we have very similar builds and I love her style :-)

    If you can get your hands on them (they are currently sold out online) Uniqlo U high waisted straight jeans are pretty amazing- great shape & quality and only $39.90. The whole Uniqlo U collection is very 70s, and very affordable for what it is. (Uniqlo U is designed by Lemaire, who used to be the creative director of Hermes. As far as I can tell, the U garnments are of better quality than the average Uniqlo item.)

    • Danielle says...

      Yes! I’m so loving everything I see from Uniqlo this fall. Gotta make it a point to get to the nearest one and snag some pieces. I love Alice Gao
      s style although I could not have a more different body type. That being said I also love the high waisted jeans at Uniqlo!

  16. Ruth says...

    Love this post,great items!

  17. I love pencil skirts – they are so versatile! You can do a flowy top with them when you aren’t feeling great in the midsection (hello period!) or can put it with a tighter, sexy shirt for a date night.

  18. J says...

    Leopard print is my neutral.

  19. Kristen says...

    Love this post!

  20. Amy says...

    Love everything but the leopard print. In small doses I guess it’s okay, but not something I would choose. Just seems so flashy and impractical to me.

  21. Petra says...

    What brand are the white sneakers?

  22. Cynthia says...

    I love animal prints. I have a leopard print long cardigan which works with pants, skirts, and jeans. I have a mock wrap pencil skirt I made a couple of years ago.

  23. Carrie says...

    I used to love fashion but I am in this weird place where 1.) I don’t like any of this, or any of the “new” trends I see people wearing and 2.) I really have no idea what I like anymore! It’s jeans and t-shirts for me until I figure it out again one day

    • Court says...

      I completely agree! I really hated all the Spring/Summer with ruffles and flutter sleeves and I could never find anything I liked. Black blouses and cigarette pants for the win.

  24. janine says...

    My husband never comments on anything I wear in a negative way, but the two things he really can’t stand are: cowl necks and leopard print. I don’t know why, but he thinks I look terrible in those two things, and those two things only (which I assure you is not true).

    • jr says...

      another janine here (same spelling! that never happens) and my future husband ALSO doesn’t understand animal print and cowl necks. too funny!

    • aleksandra says...

      SAME HERE:D haha soooo strange:)

    • Jo says...

      Clueless husbands unite!

      whenever I wear a (faux) fur vest, my husband says it looks like I have a dead raccoon on me. :-O

    • gfy says...

      I’m not a husband, I’m a woman, but those are my two very specific dislikes also…very weird, lol!

    • Mrs. M says...

      Lace! My husband does not understand lace!!!. “But you can see through it…?” he says. Yes, dear. That’s why we layer :)

    • Meg says...

      I’m with your husband on cowl necks. Hate them! I also hate cowl-backs, which are probably called something else, but you sometimes see it on dresses. It just feels unstructured and floppy to have that extra fabric and it never lays right. I also used to hate turtlenecks but I’m coming around on that. (I’m into V-necks, crewnecks, and boatnecks though!)

  25. Ellen says...

    Stunning model! That is all.

  26. Cyn says...

    When cooler weather comes I love being able to comfortably wear my jeans again. I’d love to see an updated post on favorite jeans/new denim trends!!

    • Court says...

      I second this!

  27. Elly says...

    ALL LEOPARD PRINT EVERYTHING. <3

  28. Molly says...

    Cup of Jo…. that tee shirt is $115! For a tee shirt! I love you guys but… no no no no no. Please. No.

    • Megan says...

      Cue up “Thrift Shop”.

    • Carrie says...

      If you go to Madewell and search whisper cotton crewneck they’ve got some super cute striped tees for a decent price, being that they’re perfect, well made basics.

  29. Megan says...

    Oops/thank you: just bought those leopard print flats I have been lusting after :)

  30. Sadie says...

    I have a stretchy A-line leopard-print skirt from the 90s that I just keep pulling out when leopard print has another moment, then putting away. I originally wore it with those tiny 90s tees and sneakers. It’s so long and stretchy I can belt it and wear it as a dress under a jacket, or roll it up to midi length. Unexpected timelessness from a piece of polyester I probably bought at Gadzooks!

    • Mindy says...

      that skirt/dress sounds amazing!

  31. katie says...

    Leopard print flats are my absolute favorite shoe. I need to buy a new pair about every six to eight months. They are so versatile. I wear them with jeans, black pants, skirts. I wear them with nearly every color of the rainbow. I love them. I can dress up or down. And I always feel polished. I love them.

    • EB says...

      Katie where are your favorites from? Please share!

  32. Lula says...

    My wardrobe is full of leopard…I’m slightly put out that it’s now a trend and everyone is wearing it! I started with shoes and bags but it was like a gateway drug and I now have coats, jumpsuits, dresses. it’s an addiction!

  33. Sb says...

    would love a round-up of fall dresses! fall is my favorite time to wear dresses styled with boots or mules and jackets!

  34. Beth says...

    My friend always tells me the same thing: You can wear anything with confidence. So freeing.

  35. Gretchen says...

    Isabella looks so lovely!
    Do readers have recommendations of where to buy great dresses for fall? What are people’s go-to shops?
    I have been searching high & low for a dress to wear for upcoming engagement pictures in Boston, but I haven’t found anything I love. A lot of dresses are sleeveless, which seems too summery, and so many are polyester (which means they require hand washing–a big no-no for me). The maxi dress looks great on Isabella, but I fear the tiers would look odd on me.
    Any other great options out there?

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      i’ve been really liking &otherstories recently, in case that’s helpful! they have a mix of short vs. long, different waist styles, etc. (and congratulations on your engagement!)

      https://www.stories.com/en_usd/clothing/dresses.html

    • sb says...

      &otherstories is really lovely stuff- do they really only go up to a size 10? Any size inclusive suggestions? :(

    • t says...

      Why do you have to hand-wash polyester? I always machine wash it and it holds up great?

  36. Alice says...

    I like the pencil skirt look and I’m a fan of animal print but not into kitten heels one bit. They, a bit like ribbed stripes, remind me of bad 90’s outfits!!

    I’m currently in a no-mans summer to autumn land, I need direction. When the coats come out I’m sorted but I get so confused until then!

    Love your model, she rocks every single photo.

  37. Ed says...

    Ok, but whats that lipstick?!?! :)

    • Paula says...

      +10000 on that lipstick!! Her whole makeup is a dream.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      we’ll ask! xoxo

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      Hi ED! She’s wearing Revlon Ultra HD Gel Lipcolor in Adobe https://amzn.to/2QIBUte

      Hope that helps! xx

  38. Big yes to those 70’s inspired knits – I’m loving them!

    Rebecca

  39. L says...

    My question is where are all of Madewell’s long sleeved button downs? I usually buy at least 5 around this time every year and there are always dozens to choose from. This year they hardly have any. They’re literally all I wear from September to May. I check the site every day. Where are my plaids and stripes???

    • Eloise says...

      Try Garnet Hill? They (usually) have shirts that at least sound similar.

    • Alexis says...

      They got a new creative director not too long ago and I read that she was super into that “boho” look. So maybe she changed it up a bit? I am missing some denim shirts from Madewell this season. You can never have enough.

  40. Jessica says...

    I am 100% here for the [totally impractical, not at all mom appropriate] floral, gauzy midi skirt/dress, chunky sweater and late 70’s/early 80’s pull-on boot look that I’m seeing all over this fall. What I’ll end up wearing though is high-waist, wide-leg jeans, a sweater and whatever shoe I find closest to the door that vaguely matches the weather (as I search for the unicorn brown slip-on bootie/shootie/somethingorother that is as stylish as it is functional).

    • Rachelle says...

      This might not be your unicorn, but it is mine this fall… Dolce Vita Findley (at Zappos). Probably better with skinnies, I suppose – I am also all about shoes that can slip on (because carrying a small toddler/arms full) and these have fit the bill well.

  41. Lindsay says...

    I’m very interested in tucking my tee shirts into higher waisted Levi’s but every time I try, I think I look stupid

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      i’m sure you look great!!

    • Allison says...

      sometimes I only tuck in a little bit in the front, leaving the rest untucked. it shows that you have a waist without fully committing to the trend, which [i agree] can sometimes look a little too 90s-soccer-mom-ironic.

    • Lula says...

      Do it! It always looks cute. I wear high waisted mom jeans and tuck my t-shirts in, even though I have a little mummy tummy!

      And yes Allison – a French tuck like Tan in Queer Eye!

  42. Sarah says...

    Here in LA in 80-90 degree weather wishing it’d cool down soon so I can wear Fall clothes! Our warm weather can go so long. Visited SF a couple weeks ago and it was so nice to see all the Fall jackets…

    • beth says...

      I hear you- Florida gal here. I am looking forward to the mere handful of days that I can wear fall/winter clothes, and that is just not likely to ever happen in September. Sigh.

  43. Sarah says...

    When will the mom jeans goooooo awayyyyyyyy

    • Maggie says...

      YUS! Even the skinniest among us look ridiculous in them.

    • YES! They are just awful. Take a gorgeous woman with a banging figure and put THOSE on her? It’s bizarre.

    • C. says...

      Maybe just wear what you want, and let other people do the same without putting them down for it?
      Plenty of us hate those ubiquitous skinny jeans, which are really just denim colored tights anyway. I love the high waisted look, and find them way more comfortable and more attractive on a woman’s body than the other stuff. Also, when did labeling something with the word “mom” became a metaphor for calling it ugly?

    • gfy says...

      You have to appreciate that it’s a retro charm thing – that’s why the 70’s knit t-shirt looks great with them. I don’ think a regular tshirt would work at all, it has to be that “summer of ’77” vibe!

    • Sasha L says...

      I just pulled out my jeans today (I put away for the summer). Some dark wash Levi’s 501s, cropped (not intentionally, they are a girls size, so too short on me!), and two pairs of hip hugger/low-ish waisted faded, torn, boot cut, snug on butt and thighs jeans. Not even remotely close to Mom jeans (which I didn’t wear the first time around either). I am 100% still wearing my *vintage* jeans! I look good. And more importantly 1. They are comfy, I can’t stand anything a teensy tight around my middle 2. My husband will swat my a$$ and tell me I look fine. That’s all I’m here for 😏

    • Sasha L says...

      GFY, I get the retro thing.

      But that first outfit reminds me of summer of ’97. Which is also retro. I guess I’m old enough to have seen trends come for the third time now.

      I’m all for wear what makes you happy.

  44. I wore leopard print shoes when I was in NYC last week. I like to think that mine was one of the ones you spotted ;-)

  45. Rachel Simmons says...

    Her front ankles tts are so cute! What clever placement!

  46. Angela says...

    I live in Texas and am jaded about the official start date of fall. It’s precious to think about 60 degree weather and leaves dropping and pumpkins and hot coffee starting in 3 days, but I think my reality has all that business starting in 2 months, give or take a week. In the meantime, I will strive to not be bitter about the tenacity with which summer clings in this part of the world… You heard it here first. ;)

  47. Gen says...

    Your third, somewhere between 7 to 8 months preggo poster over here, stopped by to find that no. 2 pencil chocolate chip cookies for two recipe. And no, I won’t be sharing with my husband :) Dreaming about a fall wardrobe. Tunics, leggings, long cardis and flats will be the go to til babygirl makes her appearance at the end of October – will make it through those final days commuting into DC.

    For the other mamas to be – J. Jill has a great selection of new fall tunics/tunic sweaters which you may be able to make work if you are on the smaller side and their ponte knit leggings are some of the most comfortable & stylish I own – just ordered a few new ones for postpartum since they are having a 30% off sale. I’m with the undies only leopard print comment above – too bold for me, personally – but always appreciate when someone can pull it off!

    Happy equinox!

  48. LB says...

    As a child of the 80s and early 90s I have come to terms with scrunchies and overalls and birks being back.

    BUT RIBBED KNIT SHIRTS??? I saw these the other day at an expensive store and almost fell over. Visceral, shuddering response of “Ew, no!” probably said aloud, haha.

    • megs283 says...

      SAME :-) Can’t handle ’em

  49. I’m loving the ’70s inspired clothing! I recently bought beige suede Vagabond boots that I need to figure out how to incorporate into my wardrobe. I’m used to dark footwear, so this is challenging.

    Agree with other comments about fall: ideally, it’s crisp, sunny, and the colors are beautiful. In reality, it’s largely wet (Portland, OR here), cloudy, soggy, freezing. But snuggling on the couch under a blanket is definitely sweeter in the fall!

  50. Amanda Gust says...

    I can relate lol! 8 months pregnant and hard to find much that fits, let alone looks cute right now. Fall is my favorite for style and clothing and it seems every 2 weeks baby bump is outgrowing what I own! A few Macys shopping sprees have helped me “back to school” shop but wish they also had more for petite maternity!

    • Caitlin says...

      I believe ASOS has petite maternity!

    • Ashley says...

      This was me last year with my October baby. I found that Ann Taylor Loft had a nice petite maternity selection. It can be hard to feel put together if you are small but carrying large. Good luck!

    • Sam says...

      Ah! For petite maternity, you’ve got to check out extrapetite.com. (I’m not pregnant but I AM petite, and Jean, the blogger at extra petite, just had a baby!)

    • L says...

      Wrap dresses! I had 4 and I lived in them. With bare legs and flats now and tights and booties later. If you buy a winter coat buy it wayyy bigger than you think you’ll need.

    • Lizzy says...

      Have you checked asos.com? Lots of cool maternity clothes!

    • E. says...

      Yes! I have 6 weeks to go and at this point hate all maternity clothes I own and am just praying for cooler weather so I can have a make it work moment with longish sweaters and leggings

  51. Ceridwen says...

    I love all of the outfits and I’ve been thinking of adding a little bit of print but always chicken out. I don’t know why! We are in spring in Australia but winter is clinging on for dear life. Those days when spring breaks through, though, are magic. The stripe t and jeans perfect for those days and everyone walks around with a happy bounce like “Yes! We made it!”. You could high five a stranger on those days.

    • Sasha L says...

      I LOVE how excited and happy everyone gets on *real* spring sunshine days. You can just feel the smiles beaming everywhere.

      I love fall, the crisp mornings, the colors, sweaters again!! But knowing that winter will follow so soon, that’s hard. It’s just so long and hence, the very happy springtime people.

  52. Amy says...

    I love the model in this pic! Absolutely beautiful! Also, I remember styling the same type of stripes in my teens. Funny, how fashion repeats itself!

    • Sarah says...

      I was just thinking the same thing! I remember wearing those stripes too! This makes it hard for me to not be a packrat with my current clothes…wondering when one day my “old” clothes will come back in fashion. I regret not keeping my velvet pieces and button down skirts that are “in” these days! Ahh…

  53. That striped shirt reminds me of ones I wore in the ’90s to high school. Wish I’d kept those! But as for me, this fall I will be wearing anything that fits — currently 7 months pregnant and the options are narrowing themselves down by the week, it seems. I do love Nordstrom, such great customer service, but do wish they’d expand their maternity petites offerings!

    • Kristina says...

      If you love Nordstrom order a Bobeau wrap with button. I love mine! It isn’t maternity but works with a bump, and great for nursing.

  54. I love the concept of fall, which is more often than not “fantasy fall” instead of reality fall. In fantasy fall, the weather is brisk, the leaves are crunching, and I am wearing all these awesome, cozy fall clothes. In reality fall (like today), it’s 90 degrees and I’m sweating in shorts and a t-shirt!

    • Sasha L says...

      I love this!! Yes to fantasy fall. In my reality, fall is really pretty! Also, windy, very cold (like trick or treaters when it’s below zero), rainy or snowy, and pretty much over way too soon.

  55. Chandra says...

    I’m already sick of leopard print, but love seeing a flash of neon/bright colored eyeshadow across the lids with an otherwise simple outfit. It looks so chic to me.

    • Lisa says...

      those leopard print shoes are speaking to me! my birthday is around the bend……now I know what I will be requesting this year ;-)

    • Jessica says...

      Agreed! I feel like there’s this push for leopard/cheetah prints every fall and every fall I’m like, “I am not a mob wife from Jersey, stop trying to make me look like one!”
      I have thinner, sleeker, more sophisticated looking friends who can pull off a small pop of the stuff. Given my hips and hair, however, it just reads … not good.

  56. Megan says...

    I love fall. The leaves are changing, there’s a chill in the air, and the sunlight has that September clarity to it. Bring on the sweaters and ankle booties. Also, I’m all about a seasonal candy and I love those weird little pumpkins. They really walk that line between gross and delicious ha. (See also Cadbury eggs).

    • Stella Blackmon says...

      “I love those weird little pumpkins. They really walk that line between gross and delicious ha. (See also Cadbury eggs).” Hahahaha, yes, Megan!

    • edie says...

      “September clarity.” yes. and that nostalgic feeling, too.

    • shannon says...

      Has anyone tried the candy corn popcorn from Trader Joe’s? It walks that line too! Kind of like caramel corn but more salty and also candy corn-esque. Definitely recommend trying a bag for a fun novelty snack.

    • Laura C. says...

      I can’t wait to see some fall here, but I guess I’ll have to wait at least two or three weeks! I think there is always a perfect season for every place, and although I have never been there, I believe that NYC is made for Fall.
      Love the model, she’s stunning.

  57. Laura says...

    Speaking of 70s inspiration, absolutely loving the fashion (particularly the coats!) in the new season of The Deuce. I woke up this morning thinking of Maggie gyllenhaal‘s outfits in the first episode, striking and so wearable.

  58. LaTonya says...

    This model is stunning. Loving 70s style boots with dresses. ❤️

  59. Erin says...

    70s inspired stuff is EVERYWHERE right now! I’m definitely feeling the stripes and velvet dresses for Fall! Also, I’ve never been a leopard print fan, although I make an exception for underwear haha

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      love the underwear exception :) i might have to try that.

    • Laura C. says...

      @Joanna: yes darling, instead of the bikini bottoms! (How sweet were you at that post? It made me laugh a lot)

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      hahahahahaahah yes! i actually wore a bikini bottom yesterday, no joke. #laundryday