How to Style: White Jeans

White jean season is here! We absolutely love a good white jean. There are so many ways you can style your favorite pair for any occasion. We love how flexible a nice pair of white jeans can be and budget-friendly, too. One of our favorite pairs is on sale at Old Navy for $29! Once you have your jeans, how do you style them? No worries, we have you covered.

Image Source: C Style Blog

Image Source: C Style Blog

Wear to Work

White jeans can be dressed up for a nice crisp, clean look that’s perfect for the workplace. We love pairing them with a solid button-down or fun blouse. Complete the look with nude accessories -- your belt, shoes, and purse. This is great for summer and will transition nicely into any after-work activities you may have while still looking professional for the daytime. After all, who doesn’t love a look that can easily transition from day to night?


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Image Source: Her Campus

A Night Out

Girls night! What are you wearing? Grab those lovely white jeans and pair them with a nice light off the shoulder top. We love the femininity of a flowy off the shoulder top, and picking a nice light blush color really furthers that style. Grab a pair of nude pumps for a simple and elegant look that really achieves that “effortlessly stunning” feel!


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Image Source: Upskirt Clothing

Weekend Fun

It’s finally the weekend and you’re headed out for a day of fun! But what do you wear for all your adventures? You need something relaxed, comfortable, and versatile for some shopping or maybe even your flea market hunting, lunch with the girls… who knows! Obviously we’re rocking those jeans again. Pair with a chambray shirt for a more laid-back look while still looking effortlessly chic. Swap out the pumps for some cute nude sandals to show off your pedi and grab a hat to hide from the sun!


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Image Source: Blog Lovin

The All White Trend

We’re loving this newest trend, but we’re also super intimidated by it! Not only do you have to make sure you can keep everything clean, but it just takes a certain person to really rock this look. The key is LAYERS! If you’re still intimidated, work your way slowly there by throwing a nude blazer on over your ensamble to add just a subtle bit of color. Can you tell we love the nude and white combo yet? Nude accessories are the best because they literally go with any outfit!

Graduation Style

Happy graduation season! Whether you’re graduating high school or college, be sure to walk the stage in style! Here are some of our favorite styles for this season’s hottest graduation trends.

Nothing says classic graduation like a crisp white dress! Go for the elegant, simple dress, or opt for a more fun and flirt option with some gorgeous back detail or lace.

Give your fellow classmates that “wow” factor as you walk by in a bold color! Whether it’s hot pink, bright yellow, or turquoise, you’ll be sure to be the center of attention as you get your diploma.

Nothing says spring and summer more than a patterned dress! Wearing a gorgeous floral or patterned dress to your graduation will brighten your day as well as everyone else’s.

The Perfect New England Fall Wedding

The Perfect New England Fall Wedding 

 

We are in L-O-V-E with Lindsay & Tyler's beautiful New England wedding. The perfection of this day is found in the elegance of this couple and their warm and inviting style. 

We were lucky enough ask Lindsay about her wedding planning process and how it all came together.

 

 

 

What area of your wedding did the bulk of your budget go to? Landscaping my parents yard and creating a large level space for the tent were definitely the most costly. (Is there an up-charge for wedding dirt?) My dress was a big ticket item and I probably spent more of the budget on flowers than most people do. I love love love flowers and my florist was wonderful. Annmary of Dandelions spent hours meeting with me and asking questions to ensure she understood exactly what I liked and was looking for.
 

 

Where did you get your inspiration for your wedding? We love living in New England and wanted to celebrate fall in New England. My aunts made pies and we served Vermont cheddar cheese from the Boston farmer's market. The wedding was at my parents' home in the hill towns. We embraced the firewood piles and my dad built a pallet bar for the reception along with a birch arch for the ceremony. Our guests "camped" at the AMC, and we gave them cider donuts, maple syrup from our favorite farm in Granville, and local honey from a beekeeper we met at the fair! We used family china I collected from our mothers, grandmothers, and aunts. I didn't want my wedding to look like a Thanksgiving table so I used white pumpkins, peach flowers, gourds, blue hubbard squash, rust colored mums, sage colored succulents, herbs, eucalyptus, and gold stripes.

Did you hire a wedding planner? If so, how did they help? I hired Tanya Costigan Events for month of and day of service.  Her team was integral to day of set up. I had spent a year choosing the table settings and she made sure it was perfect on the wedding day. She also was a knowledgeable resource and suggested Classical Tents & Party Goods for rustic rentals.

What is your best advice for future brides and grooms on their big day? Include the traditions, moments, and decorations that are important or sound fun to you and skip what's not!

What moment do you cherish the most about your wedding day? The cocktail hour! (Ours was an hour and a half and we were there for every minute of it!) We did wedding party and first look photos ahead of time as suggested by Andrea York Photography and cocktail hour was the most unscripted and natural period of the day. We could start celebrating, visit with our friends and family, and enjoy drinks and our favorite band with our guests.