I’m not sure if it’s the weather or my slightly overwhelming work schedule but lately I just want to be comfortable and casual at all times. For me this usually means a great pair of skinny jeans, a collared blouse and some boots. As such I owe Gap a huge thank you for making these soft, perfectly stretchy and already worn in jeans. They are the kind of denim you live in. Happy Wednesday everyone, just two more sleeps until the weekend! xx- Sarah
SHOP THIS OUTFIT: Jeans: Gap, Blouse: Haute Hippie (similar), Bag: Clare Vivier, Boots: Plomo (similar), Bracelets: Nico New York, Bear Head via Free People, Giles + Brother
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Love everything about this look! That top is gorgeous! It's the perfect winter-spring transitional look!
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I'm loving the floral prints this year. Pretty top!
love this pretty outfit – casual and perfect
ladies in navy
Love the outfit, but I'm way more jealous of your fantastic CV collection!!! Swoooooon!! xx
I love these jeans! I foresee a lot of pale, distressed denim in my spring/summer future! And I used your "Small Steps Every Day" image in my blog post today, linking back to you of course – I hope that's okay, it just seemed oh so appropriate and has keep me motivated more times than I can tell you!
so cute and lovely! can't wait for spring!
I really like this outfit, perfect for spring!
really, really cute! not to sound too much like a creeper, but i'd love to see the butt of these jeans! sometimes the pockets are too small (not good for someone with a medium-sized rump, ha!)
Thanks so much everyone!!! You sure do know how to make a gal feel good!
@Jenna- HAHA! I know exactly what you're talking about! The pockets are a great size (you can see a butt photo on the Gap site)
Excellent styling! Love this outfit! Perfect for spring! xx
This is such a good look. Striking but not in your face. The shirt is absolutely gorgeous, I love it. I just treated myself to a half hour (it was part of a fashion sale event) with a stylist and she said, and I know it, that this look is not for me. I'm to go fitted and structured all the way. Still, I've pinned one of your images to my style board, I just couldn't resist. And anyway, rules are made to be broken non?
@Susie- Thank you! Could it work for you with a tailored blazer over it? That could be really cute!!
hello, happened to me too!
Good thinking Sarah, and also a pencil skirt could work. I'm working out what my new wardrobe needs to consist of (slowly) and a good tailored blazer has to be there.
You look great! I always struggle with gap jeans – I can never seem to find a size that fits both in the waist and the legsany tips?
Well styled from head to toe! I haven't worn denim in years, literally. It's such a frustrating process & I'm so used to the fit of leggings now, jeans just aren't that comfy anymore! Gap shall be my starting point! Thanks for sharing & looking forward to your future posts ;D
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What a beautiful blouse !! xx