Stripes, Ruffles & White Jeans

Top: Pearl by Lela Rose (c/o) Jeans: Loft Shoes: Sarah Flint (the best heels!) Bracelets: David Yurman, Hermes

Was planning to keep things short and sweet in today’s post and mainly just share a little bit about my outfit. Last week however one of my favorite bloggers, Grace Atwood, did a little poll on her IG stories asking for help from her readers on what they do and don’t like to see on her blog. One of the responses that she shared was that readers didn’t like blog posts that just shared outfit pictures without sharing any real “meat”. It definitely makes sense to me as a reader- what am I really getting out of visiting that blog post that I don’t get from just seeing the picture posted on Instagram?- but I am still guilty of posting these types of blog posts. I’m going to try to make more of an effort not to do that, but would love your feedback on if it is a yay or nay for you!

So to talk about the outfit just for a second… I have so many blue and white striped tops in my closet, but they are so classic and a favorite to pair with white jeans so I honestly find ways to wear them all. I love this top that Pearl by Lela Rose gifted me because of the cute ruffle sleeve detail-gives a little feminine touch! I’m also so glad to be back in white jeans season. I don’t explicitly follow the white jeans after Memorial Day rule, but I do tend to start wearing them a lot more when spring arrives to lighten things.

Let me know what you think- do you like blog posts that are mainly outfit pictures or do you visit my blog because you want to read more?

xoxo, Jenna

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Photography by Maddy Rae

1 Comment

  1. May 14, 2019 / 8:52 am

    I feel like you’re really good at writing worthwhile, “meaty” blog posts! And I totally agree, I am not going to someone’s post to see 40 pics of them in the same outfit in different angles if there’s no “meat”.

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