STYLISHLY COMFORTABLE | THREE WAYS TO DRESS DOWN AND STILL BE STYLISH

 

Outfit #1:
Jeans :: JCrew
Shoes :: The Mint Julep c/o // similar here and here
Watch :: Feral Watches c/o
Outfit #2:
Shorts :: JCrew
Shoes :: New York & Co. // similar here and here
Outfit #3:
Dress :: Gap // similar hereherehere
Tied Top :: JCrew // similar
Shoes :: Converse
Hello Lovelies!

Sometimes I really enjoy taking the time to stand in front of my closet and put outfits together.

But sometimes, I just want to put on a t-shirt and jeans and go.

However, that combo isn’t always so hot looking and wouldn’t really work in most situations I find myself in.

So today, I’m showing you how to dress down with The Southern Shirt Company and still look like you put effort into your outfit.

1. Roll the sleeves up. Long sleeved tops in summer may seem a little ridiculous, but on slightly cooler days, they work perfectly. And paired with jeans and wedges makes a really cute and comfy outfit.

2. Tuck the hem in into the top of your shorts. This look is really snazzy and dresses up the look of a t-shirt instantly. You can also roll the sleeves up here.
3. Wear a baseball cap with a dress. This is by far one of my favorite things to do. I would consider this to be the perfect outfit for a hot day out sightseeing. The dress and cap keep you cool and the sneaks keep your feet comfortable.
  The Southern Shirt Company has a large selection of tops, caps, and accessories. They also offer e-gift cards for when you need a gift, but aren’t sure what to buy.
  Their tops are really soft and the cap is super comfy. These pieces have already become favorites. They will be receiving a lot of wear this summer.

 

  And now through July 31st, The Southern Shirt Company is offering 10% off your first purchase on their website. Just use code Ashleigh10. I know you will love whatever you buy as much as I love my pieces!
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  This post was written in collaboration with The Southern Shirt Company. All opinions are my own.

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