Last week I had the awesome opportunity of having coffee with some local Seattle bloggers. Connecting with other bloggers has been one of the most rewarding experiences since I started. It’s so great to have friends who just get me! While having coffee with them, a man (old enough to be my dad) came up to me and said, “Your jeans have holes in them!” I almost expected him to say, “Did you buy them like that?” because that’s totally what my dad would say.
Now you may not consider distressed jeans chic by themselves, but when styled with the right accessories they definitely can be. Pulling in pieces like classic white pointed toe pumps–I seriously can’t live without a pair of these in my wardrobe–or a flared coat (totally 40% off right now), gives the look a classy and feminine touch. I’m all about creating aspects of an outfit that contrast each other in complementary ways.
Because gray is between white and black, it’s basically a non-color and works well to create a chic monochromatic look. I find it so fun to play with the gray and white combination. Not only does it look very elegant and sophisticated, it is also really easy to style.
And of course, I added my faux fur earmuffs and gloves with delicate bow details. Who said that you need to trade fashion for staying warm during the winter? Although my poor #InstagramHusband’s hands were frozen during this shoot, I stayed nice and warm! Time to invest in some photography gloves for him!
Hope you enjoyed this winter chic white and gray look. Come back tomorrow to see what I wore underneath. It’s like a whole new outfit in itself!