There's something so nostalgic about a place with the name "town" attached to it. It's like this interesting literary and movie stigma where the place seems to define the people. And my favorite silly example of this? Toontown from 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit?' for sure. You have this universe where the movie-making human world lives on one end of the spectrum -- and then the toons live in their respective town on the complete opposite end. Not only do 'towns' provide a ton of commentary on a lot of things, they're sort of a Black Mirror-esque reflection of our societies. While I may have 'babetown' on my back -- let it be known that I believe that 'toontown' is just as cool (lol, enough with my subliminal ramblings, let's get to it!)

This gorgeous babetown jacket is from Nordstrom's BP (yes, I got it on sale) and I decided to pop it over my last July look because it's cooled down a ton here in NYC. I paired it over a simple white tank and a killer pair of moto jeans from TopshopOf course I finished off the look with a red bandana around my neck my favorite Sam Edelman Yardley's. 

"Expose thyself to feel what wretches feel, that thou mayst shake the superflux to them, and show the heavens more just."

[Lear 3.4]

Cheers, xx - A. Martine

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