winter white

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who says you can’t wear white after labor day? not this girl! as long as you’re not extremely accident prone, white denim is a great way celebrate the winter season (and get some extra mileage from your summer jeans). while this time of year is traditionally centered around lux fabrics, plaid patterns, and all things sparkly, i thought it might be fun to showcase how lighter hues can be just as festive. the key for making your summer denim feel appropriate for cold weather is to pair it with a chunkier knit -and preferably a big cup of coffee (drunk carefully so as to not spill it on the jeans).



banana republic sweater (almost identical) || madewell jeans (similar)

madewell flats (similar) || natalie borton necklace (c/o) || crate & barrel mug



i accented the white of the jeans and the stripes of the sweater with a pair of white flats, my newest natalie borton necklace -the “heidi” which features handmade faceted clay beads and brass hardware on a simple waxed cotton cord, and a mug from crate & barrel that we were generously gifted off of our registry. it’s from the marin collection and it’s the perfect blend of rustic and classic. because why not coordinate your drinkware with your outfit?



shop the post:

similar sweater || similar jeans || similar flats || natalie borton necklace (c/o)

crate & barrel mug

  • Aunt Teresa
    December 16, 2016

    You did it again. The location was a nice backdrop with your neutrals hues. And yes, coordinating your drinkware with your outfit is simply genius! You look gorgeous. Your talented fiance is gifted when it comes to taking those pix.

    • snadelman
      December 16, 2016

      I am continually impressed by his photography skills, too! And I think this little spot in the neighborhood is my new favorite place to take photos. The lighting always seems to make the colors in the outfit really pop. xoxo

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