This is standard "I'm going on a coffee date" attire around these parts. If you want to really get to know a man, go on a coffee date. If he orders something that's more than six syllables and throws it across the counter when the barista doesn't get it right, you know to bail right away. I'm kidding. (Although if the latter does happen, you probably should.) The coffee shop is a place that's always abuzz with so many different faces. It's shangri-la for people-watching aficionados. It's bustling yet somehow still cozy. Between casual observational comedy (think Seinfeld) and the usual coffee shop banter, if you run out of things to talk about over a cup of coffee, he may not be the one for you. B and I have known each other for over TEN years (more on that some other time) and we still love coffee dates more than any other kind of date.
coat/ Urban Outfitters (super, super old.), jeans/ American Eagle, top/ H&M, boots/ Free People (old, similar), hat/ Etsy, bag/ Marc by Marc Jacobs, sunglasses/ Ray-Ban
p.s. You didn't think I was going to go through an entire blog post about coffee dates without actual coffee date pictures, did you? Look at how handsome he is.