It took some time to settle on this outfit for today's theme, but I really like how it turned out. Plus, when I woke up with crazy curly hair, I felt today was as appropriate day as any to rock my mane.
I don't usually talk a lot about the clothes but rather the day I had in those clothes; however, I'm switching it up today.
This blazer is a little bit longer, and it's perfect for a more relaxed look. Black blazers are rock and roll, no? (Truth: I'll find a way to make a blazer work for every theme.) This style blazer pairs much better with skinny jeans since it's looser. Looser blazers + non-skinny jeans = too much looseness for my taste.
These jeans? They're from Old Navy; they're the Rockstar style. I sized up from my typical 0 to a 4 (Old Navy's sizing really confuses me), and I just love them. They're mid-rise, which makes me happy because showing my buttcrack--or, rather, living in fear of showing my buttcrack--makes me unhappy.
I got this shirt a year or two ago; it's a little longer in the back, but it's just right with this blazer. I'll be honest with you: it took some effort not to tuck in my shirt and put on a belt because if you've spent any length of time on this blog, you know of my love for tucked in shirts and belts.
Oh, thanks, Mom, for these hand-me-down booties! They're the bee's knees and add the perfect edgy touch to my "rocker" look.
Blazer: Lauren Conrad via Kohl's
Top: Rock and Republic (how appropriate?) via Kohl's
Jeans: Mid-rise distressed Rockstars (again, the appropriateness) via Old Navy
Booties: from Momma
Necklace: Forever 21
Linking up with...
Sarah's challenge for the month of April--such a cool idea. Seriously, check it out.
Throughout the month of April, you can blog (or Instagram!) outfits for the different trends:
6. tribal print
7. local love
And also linking up with Style Sessions