I’d definitely say my style has made some shifts over the past few years. At this point, I don’t even know how to describe it, it’s really just whatever I want to wear. What can I say, I like what I like! One color combination I have absolutely loved through all of my style’s phases is white and blue. I adore white and blue pinstripes and love seeing a simple white top styled with a denim miniskirt. The combination of white and blue is just too classic! Today I’m collaborating with my friend Kathleen from Let’s Get Preppy to bring you two cute blue and white looks! Kathleen’s blog was one that made me want to start my own blog way back when and I’m sure y’all will love her blog just as much as I still do to this day! Be sure to check out her white and blue ensemble here. Now, onto my blue and white look, enjoy!
Like I said, I’m a sucker for blue and white pinstripes. I’m also fond of belle sleeves, bows, and shirt dresses, which makes the dress I’m wearing today a definite favorite of mine! I got this pretty number on sale at Gap a few months back so unfortunately it’s not available online anymore, but I linked several similar dresses I found below! I definitely think this dress could easily be dressed up with some heels or wedges, but for this look I decided to dress it down a bit with some gold Jack Rogers sandals. For a pop of color, I wore a fun pair of coral tassel hoop earrings from E Squared. E Squared has lots of adorable jewelry pieces at great price points, be sure to check them out here! I kept the rest of my jewelry pretty simple with my everyday Kendra Scott necklace, Giving Key bangle, MantraBand, Kate Spade watch, rose gold ring, and Sashka Co. beaded bracelets.
dress (similar here, here, here, here, here (this one’s my favorite!), here, and here) // sandals // earrings // necklace // beaded bracelets (here and here) // MantraBand // Giving Key bangle // cross bracelet (similar) // watch (similar) // ring
Thanks for reading! Don’t forget to check out Kathleen’s post here.
The earrings from E Squared as well as the beaded bracelets from Sashka Co. featured in this post were sent to me in exchange for a feature in my blog. However, all opinions are honest and my own. I don’t feature products I don’t truly love!