I feel bad that I haven’t posted on my blog since September, but I have been really busy the last few weeks and also needed some time to take a step back and re-evaluate my priorities. I know this might sound like a lame excuse, but as some of you know, balancing blogging with a full-time job and finding some time for yourself and your personal life can be quite challenging. Don’t get me wrong, I love being busy and feeling productive, but I think it’s equally important to give yourself a break when you need it. I’m really excited because I’ve just started a new job and I’m officially a CIMA student as of yesterday! I’d be happy to share more about that in another post if that’s something you’d be interested in. I know it’s not going to be easy juggling so many tasks, but I love what I do and I’m determined to make it work!
Speaking of challenges, I used to think that white jeans are hard to pull off when the temperatures drop and they were one of the first things to leave my wardrobe in the transition from summer to autumn. This year, I’ve decided to change things up a little bit! If there ever was a rule that white jeans are exclusively for spring and summer, I think we can all agree that it doesn’t apply anymore. In fact, I think that it’s perfectly acceptable to wear white jeans in autumn and winter and they can look super stylish paired with a cosy knit, wool coat and ankle boots. I love the combination of white and camel, and if you’re like me and wear a lot of black and grey, a pair of white jeans can seriously brighten up your look. White skinny jeans are my favourite, because they are the most versatile fit and I can wear them with over-the-knee boots for those extra-cold days. In this post I’m wearing some old favourites of mine, so if I can’t find them online, I will link similar options for you below. It’s such a simple look, but I love it!
Hope you all have a great week!
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Coat – Whistles
Top – Zara
Jeans – Zara (similar here)
Belt – Gucci
Photos by Katherine McMorran