“Would you address how you adjust your looks to be more casual without losing your classic polished style?” Thank you for the thoughtful questions that give me practical subjects for content.
I feel perfectly content wearing a blazer and jeans to almost any function. However, my usual style can be too fancy for a casual Saturday afternoon lunch. I originally put together the look above, but it felt more appropriate for a dinner date. When I stopped to think about where we were going, I knew I would feel more comfortable if I toned it down a bit.
I removed the necklace and blazer, replacing them with a reversible vest to make the look more casual while keeping the same base elements. Adding more noticeable vertical earrings and putting on my glasses added styling details while keeping the look cohesive.
The weather on Saturday included full sun and temperatures hovering around fifty degrees, so a trenchcoat provided a warm layer when needed.
The tortilla-colored suede pumps gave me the elevation I needed for the wide-leg jeans. The sculptural heels are edgy, comfortable, and stylish. The nude color with a pointed toe elongates the legs since they continue the line of the white jeans. I wear white jeans with nude shoes on sunny days year-round.
Shoes here – Vest here – Since all of my other items are at least a year old, I’ll share links to similar items. Similar jeans here. Similar sweater here. Similar trench here. Similar bag here and belt here. Similar necklace here. (Use the code SAS10 for $10 off any one item at Beauty in Stone Jewelry.)
Proper foundations are essential in every look. The pantyhose are here. The longline shaper bra is here.
Recent outfits are summarized here. I hope my randomly shared posts give you ideas to use the beautiful items you may already have in your collection. However, if you use my shopping links, I may earn a small commission at no cost to you.