WhatIWore: When youâ€™ve got nine people staying together, getting out of the house on time is nearly impossible – but, BUT!!! We managed to round up everyone for some family photos AND get to dinner by 5 (because… babies). This is what I wore that night. I knew it would be windy and chilly and the only long pants Â had with me that werenâ€™t overly casual were these ecru jeans.Â
When: March 15, 2017
Where: Dinner at the Sandbar with the whole crew
Iâ€™m not a huge fan of bright white jeans, especially in the winter. Especially during snow storms. But for a tropical climate I think they work year round. This pair is a high rise version from J.Crew factory and itâ€™s not that intense bluish white you see in summer styles (this is called â€˜frost washâ€™). I went up an additional size because I think overly tight white jeans arenâ€™t a great look. Also because I knew Iâ€™d be doing my part to eat as many donuts as possible while on vacation (grand tally – 9) Part of me wonders what the hell I was thinking buying them with two messy kids, but I made it home without any stains so I guess thatâ€™s a win.Â
I love this top – Iâ€™ve been wearing it for a couple weeks now. Itâ€™s great for easy nursing access and the style and color are a great bridge between getting dressed for winter and spring. It also comes as a dress (itâ€™s from Old Navy)
Baby Bea is wearing a romper (which I like to pronounceÂ â€˜womperâ€™) that Nana gave to her (from Old Navy) and a headband that matches her MilkMaid swaddler.
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