And I love that this outfit is another way to wear white after Labor Day! Click HERE to see my other recent post highlighting white jeans for fall!
So I copied Jean.
Right down to the pose.
And I’m not totally sure, but I think we might even have on the exact same flats.
I did good, right?
You can find my bag HERE and get 10% OFF with the code PTMTSAVE10.
(It’s been brought to my attention that the link is linking to the main page for the bag. I tried to fix it, but I’m unable to. So click and to to the search box on the top left and type “florentine leather” in the search bar and then scroll down for the St. Anne tote. I also love it in the zippered Savannah if you prefer a bit of a smaller bag. My bag is VERY durable, I even throw my laptop in it when needed, and it just gets better with age!!!!)
And my sunglasses are HERE.
Every piece in this outfit is a good basic to have, but I wouldn’t have necessarily put it all together without Jean’s inspiration!
gingham shirt / necklace / crystal stud earrings ONLY $8!/
similar white ankle jeans 15% OFF!/ similar brown belt / pointy toe flats
For size reference, I’m wearing a medium in the shirt. I often size up in button up shirts, and this one was no different.
Get my look for yourself here. If the color of the thumbnail below isn’t what you are looking for (if you click on the white studs, crystal will be an option), just click the pic and the correct
color will be available. Also, I’m not sure why the bag is showing that’s it’s $145, because it’s $250. And worth every dang penny. 🙂
(But remember, the code PTMTSAVE10 will get you 10% OFF!)
Pay attention to my $8 studs in the pic on the left. You need them. 🙂
Let’s take a closer look at my shirt.
Look how cute the cuffs are turned up with the coordinating stripe!
Again, I needed a medium in this shirt.
I think THIS might be the necklace in the inspiration photo.
I absolutely love the idea of pairing a fancy necklace like this with a plain tee
or super casual plaid or chambray shirt.
Click HERE for another option that is a bit more understated and IT’S ON SALE!
And remember, my favorite stone studs now come in crystal!
And I love them. They are great with plain ol’ tees, but you could also wear them with a little black dress!
NOW LET’S TALK SHIRT OPTIONS.
I love my black and white gingham shirt, but I wanted to give y’all several choices, because today’s look would be great with pretty much ANY gingham or plaid.
GINGHAM AND PLAID are both HUGE for fall, so I would suggest havinga couple of these in your closet!
old navy options: black and white boyfriend flannel popover HERE / mustard, navy, and red HERE
j crew factory options: pink and blue HERE / popover HERE / pink and red HERE /
nordstrom options: black and white buffalo check HERE /
plus size black gingham HERE /red button front HERE
bp blue and red flannel HERE / treasure and bond light blue gingham HERE /
I thought I would make it easy for y’all and make the shirts clickable as well!
The above collage makes me think of a post I did a couple of years ago.
I titled it “Mad for Plaid”, and I showed myself wearing several different plaid tops.
Well, I received a SHOCKING e-mail after that post.
A man e-mailed me directly and said he loved plaid and that he would like to see me in even more plaid. Now let me be clear here….he didn’t want to see me in new plaid shirts.
That would be too normal.
He wanted me to put on every single plaid thing I owned on at one time and take a picture of myself with all of my plaid piled on at once.
Are you dying?
I. WAS. DYING.
And just in case you are curious, I didn’t do it. 🙂
Now, before we go today, I want to talk about flats for a second.
The two pairs of flats I’ve had in my closet for years that I wear ALL THE TIME (and talk about all the time) are the nude patent ones from Vince Camuto and the leopard
Felicia flats from Sam Edelman.
And I recently added the pointy toe cognac flats to my collection as well which are what you see in today’s post. And I love them too.
I’ve had LOTS and LOTS (seriously…..LOTS) of questions about these 3 flats and which ones are the most comfortable.
Well, the MOST comfortable are ones that I don’t even own, but I’ve had them on several times and I know they are. And the reviews on them speak for themselves.
My leopard Felicia flats are comfy…but the solid color leather Felicia flats are THE EPITOME OF COMFORT. Seriously, the leather versions are even more comfy than the leopard version because the leather is so soft and supple.
PEOPLE SCREAM AND SHOUT ABOUT THESE FLATS.
Are they pricey? Yes.
Do people that purchased them think they are worth every penny? Yes.
In fact, I would say a good majority of people that own 1 pair of Felicia flats actually own 2.
Here’s a facebook message that I received a couple of weeks ago on this exact subject:
I decided to make a graphic with the COMFORT RANKINGS of my favorite flats.
Now please know, ALL 4 are comfy. They really are.
I don’t wear shoes that aren’t.
However, if I were to assign levels of comfort,
this is how the cards would fall.
1) Leather Felicia flats
2) Leopard Felicia flats
3) nude patent flats and 4) pointy toe flats
Sadly, the point toe cognac flats are pretty much sold out, but the same flat comes in some great fall patterns. Click HERE for all the choices.
That’s it for today!
I hope everybody has a wonderful weekend!!!!!
THIS tank is now 40% OFF, making it ONLY $23.40!
tank / jeans / earrings / necklace / flats
I think it’s great on it’s own, but it would also be great layered under a military jacket.
I’m wearing a small in the tank (true to size), and I’m wearing a 26 in the jeans (so I suggest sizing down 1 size). The flats are true to size.