Hi! Welcome to my first ~official~ post! I’ve posted about fashion before but never really about my outfits! My posts were more or less wish lists. BUT, I decided I’d let you in on where I shop, how I pick pieces, etc.
First up, I have this outfit that I wore in Montreal! It was definitely cold while we were there in June, plus it was raining. Because of that, it called for a jacket, jeans, and a long-sleeve shirt.
I’ve always had a love for stripes and what I love about this shirt is that the middle and each arm has different stripes on it. As you can kind of see, the left arm (the one holding the coffee) has bigger stripes than the middle.Whereas, the right arm has thinner stripes than the middle and left arm. So because of that, I feel like it makes it different than your average! I couldn’t find my exact shirt, but here is an option that I love and seriously need now!
I also found my new favorite white tennis shoes that were soooo comfortable (read that with as much sarcasm as you can possibly imagine). I had such high hopes for these shoes, but they failed me. Seriously, after a few days, my feet were KILLING, and I had to tape my feet with surgical tape to try to stop the blisters. That didn’t work either. I’m sure if you’re wearing these for a night or a few hours, they’re fine! Just not all day when you’re walking a lot. I got the shoes from Nordstrom Rack, but they’re Nine West!
My jeans are again, Topshop! Whenever I have to wear jeans, I wear these. They’re so comfortable, stretchy but they don’t look like “jeggings” (I hate that word so much) and keep their shape. One thing I would say about these jeans is that they run super small! I’m typically a 26 in jeans, but if I tried to get a 26 in these, there’s no way they would fit. So definitely size up!! I love these jeans because they come in different lengths which is a plus for short people like me. I’m only 5’3 so these are perfect because they can hit right at my ankle depending on the length I get.
After Montreal, I recommend visiting if you have the chance! When we went, every highway was torn up, so it is hard to get around, but it’s worth seeing!