That's right; I'm wearing white jeans in February. Pause for reaction.
Now, for you folks who live in other parts of the country this may not seem like such a big deal. But trust me when I say that southerners are very big on tradition and very resistant to change. Wearing white after Labor Day and before Easter hasn't really caught on here. There are a few brave souls who dare to be different. But don't think they're not getting stared at and whispered about behind their backs. I imagine the conversation to go something like this, "Bless her heart. She just doesn't know any better, does she? Lord help her."
|Sweater: J.Crew Factory; T-shirt: Old Navy; Jeans & Clutch: Gap; Wedges: Target; Necklace: Charming Charlie|
This is a pretty classic look. Trouser jeans, a sweater, and wedges. I tried to trend it up a bit by adding the pink clutch and bubble necklace.
In hindsight, the bubble necklace really doesn't look that great. It's navy blue, but against the purple sweater it reads more plum. Also, a chambray shirt would've looked better under the sweater than the t-shirt I chose. I actually think the pink clutch is the only thing truly interesting about the outfit. I'm not sure I'll be wearing this again, but it was fun to try something different and make the old southern dames chatter.
For the record, I tried to change it up a bit and take some pics in my backyard. That was an epic fail. The sun was so bright all the pictures ended up looking like this...
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