This whole white top and jeans thing has been a bit of a repetition for me lately. My last post from Monday featured the white tee and jeans, and you will see today that I, again, am giving this classic look another go. I was in Chicago Tuesday and Wednesday with my mom and sister for shopping and the Coldplay concert (omgitwasamazing – don’tevengetmestarted). While shopping at the Gap, I found this oxford shirt and immediately knew that it had a place in my wardrobe. To be honest, when I say that “I” found this oxford shirt, what I actually mean is that my mom found this oxford shirt and I copied her and bought it as well.
I would like to apologize to the few who I saw me on Thursday, because they’ve already witnessed this little ensemble. I intended to take pictures that day but due to the rain, it didn’t work out. I really liked this combination, and didn’t waste any time giving it another go. I love that this look is so timeless, and I think these are the kinds of outfits that I like best. I feel like an adult when I wear truly classic pieces all at once! I might attribute this to this fact that my parents both have a very effortless, simple style and they’ve always been the most prominent adult role models in my life.
Something else that I love about wearing a clean white shirt and jeans is how versatile it they are when paired together. I am wearing this look with white flats and a gray purse, but at the end of the day, I could swap them out for a pair of black heels and a clutch. It would be the perfect polished look for dinner and drinks!
Shirt: Gap (Same. Save. Spend. Splurge.)
Jeans: Levi’s (Save. Spend. Splurge.)
Necklace: c/o Poshlocket (Same.)
Watch: Skagen (Save. Spend. Splurge.)
Shoes: c/o Wanted (Same.)
Purse: Secondhand J.Crew (Save. Spend. Splurge.)
Curled away from my face with a 1.25″ curling iron and added some body with Sexy Hair Powder Play.
So there you have it. A white shirt and jeans just feels the most like “me”. Do you have any looks that make you feel the most confident and true to yourself?