Style Inspo: White Jeans in the Fall

Wearing white after Labor Day? YES!

It’s long been a taboo to not wear white pants after Labor Day. While I do agree that wearing white linen might not be advisable in the colder months, I think white jeans are a great way to add a stylish flare to a fall outfit. The fashion world seems to agree and are throwing the white rule out the window.

I’ve come up with a few ways that I style my white jeans in the colder months, and hope to offer you some inspiration as well. Let me how you wear your whites in the winter!

This sweater is AMAZINGLY comfortable. So soft and warm. When I got it, I didn’t even want to take it off, and wore it around the house. You can wear it as is, or tuck it in for a pop of style. I paired it with my Ralph Lauren Chocolate Brown Riding Boots, gold leaf necklace, and my Liverpool White Jeans. 

This is another wonderfully soft and warm sweater. The thick turtleneck makes it idea for those cold winter days. I love the pairing of white with “winter white”. I added some tan booties to complete the look. 

For this sweater, I tried it with both black and grey booties to see which I liked better. I think I more preferred the grey, what do you think? I got this sweater from my second Stitch Fix Box (read about it here) and I love how it fits and how versatile it is! Try Stitch Fix for free by using my code here.

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Can you tell that I love cowl neck sweaters? This sweater is a very stretchy cashmere blend, hence being able to wear it both off the shoulder as well as cowl neck style. These boots are very warm, I’ve had them for years and they work well with a lot of things. This outfit is great for date night or on the weekend.

This is probably my favorite long sleeve shirt because it’s so versatile. It works well with most things. Burgundy is a very big color this fall, and I love to pair it with the aztec scarf and the white jeans. I tried both my Ralph Lauren riding boots and my tan booties. Perfect casual style.


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  • “Maybe the life you’ve always wanted is buried under everything you own” -Joshua Becker

This quote hits home because I never realized how cluttered our apartment was and how that clutter, even though it was organized, was holding us back in unexpected ways. 
This weekend we re-arranged our house a bit and I’m so in love with the results. We used to have our computer desks both in our bedroom. Although our room is pretty big, having so much furniture made it feel small and cramped. Not at all relaxing. 
Since I’ve been getting rid of things like it’s my job, I sold all of our guest room furniture except the bed, leaving a whole lot of space in there. We moved the desks into that room and it made both rooms feel like a whole new space!! It’s amazing what happens when you let go of things. Happier, quieter, less cluttered. Have a wonderful Monday!
  • “Don’t confuse having less with being less, having more with being more, or what you have with who you are.” -unknown

Happy Friday!!! I’m so excited for the weekend 🙌🏻I love this quote because people sometimes think having and buying more will make them better somehow. Happier, more stylish, cooler, more liked. .

Sadly, in high school, this was true. When I started wearing brand name clothes, people literally treated me completely different. I got invited to more things, different people started talking to me. It was crazy. But those people were not my real friends and I literally haven’t spoken to any of them since high school. So, goes to show how those things don’t actually matter!! Have an awesome weekend 😘
  • In honor of #nationalproposalday I want to give a shoutout to my handsome husband @jacob.thompson87 for totally nailing my engagement ring 💜😍
 I knew I wanted something unique with a colored stone. I didn’t want a big expensive diamond or a ring that would look like anyone else’s. Jake knows my favorite color is purple so he got me a lavender sapphire with a petal halo. I also love my simple twisted wedding band. I took this picture on our honeymoon because I was so happy to finally be able to wear them together! I love how they complement each other. I never want to take them off. Have a wonderful Friday Eve!
  • “Forget the Sales price. Everything is 100% off when you don’t buy it.” .
As a fun challenge for myself, I’m going to do a shopping ban. If you’re familiar with the book “The Year of Less”, Cait goes an entire year without buying anything unnecessary (actually she ends up doing a second year after). I just finished reading it and I love the idea of not buying anything new that I don’t need. 
While I’ve been purging, I’ve seen just how much I really have. There isn’t anything I need. The sales price used to get me. That seductive little red sticker would catch my attention and convince me I needed that piece in my closet because it’s such a great deal. BUT it’s not if you don’t need it. Save your money for things you truly love and put thought into buying, not impulse buys that will hang unworn in your closet.
  • Have you ever been so excited about something that every time you talk to someone who you see could benefit from it, you just want to tell them every single thing about it because you just want to help them? That’s how I feel about minimalism and living with less. It’s changed my life and my mindset in so many ways and all I want to do is tell people about it. But I don’t, unless they ask. 
You can’t force change on people. They have to come to their own conclusions in their own time. They have to have their own inspiration *ah ha!* moments like you had. You can talk until you’re blue in the face, but they won’t HEAR you until they’re ready. The best way to show them how great something is is by being an example! Be the change you wish to see. Maybe you can inspire others with your happiness. Happy Tuesday!
  • “If you don’t have time for things that matter, stop doing things that don’t.” - @bemorewithless .
This weekend (and in general, lately) I took a little break from social media. Since I started my new job, this weekend was the first actual weekend Jake and I have spent together since we got back from our honeymoon in October. Crazy, right?! It was wonderful to spend time with family and get stuff done together and just enjoy the time we had. Making time for what’s important is so crucial to your mental health and the health of your relationships! If you’re too busy, remove the things that aren’t actually important and make time for the things that are.

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