Hi Everyone! Hope everyone is having a great weekend! I just wanted to stop by with a quick hello before the weekend is over. Today, I have a very simple outfit, but what makes it pop are the colors and patterns. I missed wearing this camouflage jacket so I decided to take her out from the closet. I really wanted a brighter outfit to embrace the green grass and sunny rays so I paired it with a neon yellow top and white jeans. I've seen a lot of different camouflage jacket styles, but I really like this one the most because it has a couple of rhinestones, brass gold button and zipper accents, and most importantly, a more structured look compared to other jackets. This jacket is actually perfect to wear during the Spring and the Fall. The jacket is feminine but still gives a tough look to the outfit.
Accessories : Necklace from H&M, Rings from C. Wonder (similar here and here)
When I reviewed this shirt, I did it really quick be pinpointing the problems I had with it.When I tried this on, I didn't like how the bra lines would appear on the top. When I tried it on with a tank top underneath, the top would cling onto the tank underneath. Without thinking, I passed. This wouldn't be a problem if you only intended to wear this shirt as a layering piece, but for me, I prefer it if it was more than just a layering tank top, especially if it was $24.95. I guess this was a problem for a lot of people since they seem to still be in stores, in all sizes. I decided to give this tank top another shot at it weeks later, this time with my seamless nude bra, and tada!, I don't know why I didn't think about a seamless nude bra the first time around.
These are probably my favorite and my only white pair of jeans. I've tried different pairs of white jeans/pants from other retailers, and they just aren't as fitting or as crisp. I've also tried on white pants, where you would just see the rectangular pocket lining showing from underneath. Honestly, that is a big no-no for me, I don't want to question the designer's work, but I just don't find it attractive to have two white squares on your behind. What I like about these skinny jeans is that they are very petite-friendly, almost a little too petite friendly actually. The sizing definitely runs smaller than your usual, I fit these perfectly if I was on an empty stomach. The white is very crisp and clean, but not bleached looking, so it looks more expensive than it actually is. However, I have to say that I've seen last year's version of these pants, and I was not impressed at all. From what I recall, the material didn't even feel like jeans and it seemed to attract a lot of dust/lint and were very cheaply/poorly made. I haven't seen this years version yet, so I can't say if anything has changed, but I hope they did, because their fit is probably the best I've come across so far. My biggest challenge though is to keep these jeans white. I don't wear these often because I'm so afraid of getting them dirty or stained.
How do you keep your whites white? If you have any suggestions or tips, I would greatly appreciate it!
Thank you so much for reading! :)