Last year I discovered Levi’s again, through my friend Hannah, this year she brought the M.i.h Daily to my attention.
Levi’s are amazing, I feel I want that same looser fit but I need the fabric of the denim to work, hold and lift, especially on the thighs and derriere.
The M.i.h Daily is a straight legged raw hemmed jean that is cut high on the waist, to suck you in, and the ass and thighs it gives you are phenomenal. As they have some give in them they are perfect for sitting at a computer or driving.
Yes, they are a fortune, but this will be my uniform, and if I wait they will sell out. I adore the grey/black wash which is easier to wear than full on black.
They are easier to wear than the Rachel Comey jeans, which I adore (now in sale at Viola) as the thigh is cut more flatteringly and the bottom pocket detail is more forgiving in the M.i.h version.
This is a pair of jeans you will want to wear everyday and never take off, they are also way more comfy than J Brand or Frame. I bought a similar pair from H&M last year, they are fabulous, but they sag after wearing and are not as flattering on. The narrow straight cut is also easier to pair with flats than the wider cut of my Levi’s.
Thank you to Hannah Stafford Taylor for sharing. Lots of people are not willing to but Hannah has a brilliant eye for spotting those pieces worth spending your money on, and I have always lived in the pieces she recommends.
No having to sign up to get an email of where the pieces are available, just plain old fashioned sharing the knowledge on the pieces that are worth spending on. Hannah, like me, always sells before she buys and is a super savvy shopper.
Again, what she does so well is to bring light into an outfit and the top just makes you feel happy. The jeans are a staple, the shoes are the perfect heel height and I love the shade of blue. I saw these earlier in the season on another friend, Jane. I will wait for them to filter onto the preloved sites.
I am wearing a jumpsuit by LK Markey also on sale at YBD and shoes from Vestiaire Collective.
So this week lets
MAKE IT SIMPLE BUT SIGNIFICANT