When it comes to fashion, rules have changed dramatically over the last decade. Mix black and brown. Don’t be afraid to wear what makes you feel comfortable. Athletic wear can be chic & socially acceptable in public (hello athleisure). Peep toed shoes in the fall? No problem, just add wooly socks! And white– it’s A-Ok to wear 12 months of the year– as long as it’s weather appropriate.
In fact, I believe fashion rules are actually made to be broken. The industry thrives off of it. If no one ever broke fashion rules we would still be dressing in robes and sandals like Noah. A robe sounds real comfy right now, actually…
What fashion rule do you want to be the first to break? I would love to find a way to make maternity jeans more comfortable because it seems like there’s a secret rule that maternity jeans have to be uncomfortable/not stay up. Is there a trend you want to try, but you’re afraid someone will think you’re not dressing your age? Or maybe you love a certain style, but you’re afraid to change out your wardrobe.Â
Speaking of thinking, Beckett & I went to a new Bible study group this week and were challenged to start finding tangible ways to love our actual neighbors. I loved that because we don’t usually talk with ourÂ actualneighbors. I know Jesus said we need to love our neighbors, but whenever I hear sermons on that topic, it always focuses on how everyone around us is our neighbor… and I think that makes me lose sight of my physical neighbors.Â
So anyway, if you’re up for the challenge, how can you love a neighbor this week?
1- FEW Moda from Saks off 5th,Â |Â 2- H&M Jacquard blouse|Â 3- Kas Saks off 5th|Â 4- Revolve|Â 5- H&M Ruffle Blouse|Â 6- H&M Bow Blouse|Â 7- Endless Rose Nordstrom Rack|
I am sorry to not have pictures of the blouses on here, but I ran out of time so you’ll just have to click through the links above to see how darling the tops are!!!
The rest of the outfit
Jeans:Â linked Articles of Society, they have a great shape!| Booties:Â Same cut and in a beige color| Belt: mine is from Overstock last year, I also just found an AWESOME monogram belt atÂ the Ralph LaurenÂ outlet in Wisconsin DellsÂ and was about $25, butÂ the closest in price I can find online is this Michael Kors belt from The Real Real.Â Otherwise,Â most other monogram belts right now are in the $400+ price range.
Well, if you didn’t know it before, Im obsessed with white (or off white) tops. They go with anything and are completely timeless!