Happy Monday, sweet gals! It’s a great day to slip into your favorite pair of jeans and an easy-breezy top. No need to complicate your style today, no ma’am. Looking pretty and fresh is as simple as a popover and jeans. And today I’ve styled that winning combination two ways.
White Popover + Jeans + Sneakers
For this first look, I tucked my white popover into my straight leg ankle jeans. This has become my go-to spring look. So easy, but pulled together and classic. Especially when I finish the look off with my sweet baby blue sneakers.
My white Everlane popover is almost sold out, but it’s available in a couple of sizes. I’m wearing an 8. This popover is such high quality and available at a very reasonable price right now. But I also like this white poplin shirt from Chico’s. I purchased the black one in a size 1, but need to exchange it for a size 0.
For both looks I’m wearing my Talbots dark wash modern ankle jeans. You may be aware that I’ve been trying a number of straight leg cropped jeans recently, but I think these have risen to the top of my list. They just seem to wear the best. I’m wearing a size 8.
My baby blue Ecco Soft 7 Sneakers are almost sold out at Nordstrom, where they’ve been marked way down. But you can also find them on Amazon.com for a decent price. But you’ll find the widest selection of sizes at Ecco.com. They run true to size and are comfortable right out of the box.
Blue Popover + Jeans + Red Loafers
This time I left the blue popover untucked. I know many of my readers would prefer it that way, so I wanted you to see that you absolutely can let this simple poplin popover fall freely. In fact, it’s a great length and cut to wear with high waisted jeans like these.
My red loafers are made from luxurious Italian leather and are oh so soft, like butter. They’re pricey, but I know I will wear them for years. These day loafers come in nine different shades. But definitely size up one full size. They run small and a bit narrow.
I’ve been so surprised at how much I’ve worn my trench jacket this spring. And that’s without going much of anywhere! This is definitely my go-to jacket, so versatile.
I know I’ve shown these poplin popovers a good bit this spring. And I think I’ll probably feature them one more post sometime this next month. Then I’ll give it a break. Maybe. But they’re extremely modern, versatile, cool and fun to wear.
So which camp are you in? Tuck it in or leave it out? I’d love to know. I tend to hear from gals who prefer I’d do the opposite of whatever I’m showing. Ha! I get it. But today since I showed both looks…and I really like both…I’d love to hear which you’re more prone to do. Do you tuck or not???
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Are you going through something right now that seems beyond reason? Do you wonder where God is or why He seems to be absent from the situation? Do you feel like He is not hearing your prayers or that He’s ignoring your requests? And are you baffled because He seems to be allowing evil to win and isn’t rewarding faithfulness?
I get it. I’ve been there, too. Probably many of us have. Indeed, there are times we just feel like God has abandoned us. But when Habakkuk felt this way and voiced his frustrations to God, he received an answer that is not unlike the one I’ve felt in my spirit before. I believe God would echo these words from Habakkuk 1:5 to you today. You can rest assured that God is doing something. He is at work. He never abandons you, but He does sometimes do things differently than we would wish. If He were to tell you what He’s doing, it wouldn’t even make any sense to you. But He knows what He’s doing, it’s good and in the end it will accomplish His greater purposes. Trust Him.
“Look among the nations, and see;
wonder and be astounded.
For I am doing a work in your days
that you would not believe if told.” ~ Habakkuk 1:5