White Eyelet

I’m all about jeans and a crisp white shirt, year round really, but I love it even more when I don’t have to wear anything layered over. This particular shirt is one that I bought two summers ago. I love that it’s not-so-simple yet not overly complicated.

Carly Heitlinger

J. Crew has a slightly similar option this year (I’ve heard that it runs big though so keep that in mind when if you buy it online). And I found a few more online that have the same vibe:

Bell Sleeve Scalloped Shirt // Lace Bell Sleeve Top // Eyelet Detailed Bell Sleeve Shirt

Margaux Boots

I’m also so glad I ended up getting my favorite pair of black boots in the brandy color as well. I purchased them in a full size up from my usual shoe size so that I could comfortably wear socks. Oh, and I just noticed that they released a gorgeous slate color if that’s more your style! I know I sound like a broken record, but I’m just the biggest fan of Margaux’s shoes. I think that the quality, design, and price point just can’t be beat.

J. Crew Eyelet Top Bell Sleeves

I’m trying so hard to refine my collection of jeans. But I keep running into problems because I feel like each pair serves a different purpose even if they look nearly identical when laid next to each other. I got this pair from Talbots and have to size down to Petites there, even though I’m not actually petite. So the legs are a bit short on me– however, they’re the perfect length to wear with boots. They seriously hit right where I want them to without having to tuck them in or roll them up!

Paravel Crossbody Carly the Prepster  Similar Bell Sleeve Top // Skinny Jeans // Boots // Crossbody (c/o)

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This is such a gorgeous simple outfit! I had a similar top from H and M a few years back. But, I am loving all the white tops from J. Crew this season too! I love how crisp and clean a white shirt can look, and you can style it a plethora of different ways 😊 Here’s to almost spring!

xx Libby