Sky Blue + Ecru

Where has the month of November gone? Here it is the 25th day of the month already, and next week is December. As the saying goes, the older we get, the more quickly time seems to speed by us. We must treasure each day. 🙏🏾

Today, we are looking at a semi-casual jeans ensemble that I put together on Shoplook. As is my custom, non-affiliate links to the products featured here can be found below, in case you want to learn more about them.

As an aside, I was surprised when researching the Reformation jeans to see that the company had also paired the item with dark red ankle boots. Funny how that happens. 🙂

The only item I couldn’t find exactly was the tote bag by Bottega Veneta, so I selected a product that looked similar to it.

Otherwise, I would wear this outfit during the fall (the no white after Labor Day thing is rubbish). It also works well in the spring if the shoes are swapped out for something less weighty — maybe some pumps or strappy heels.

Finally, I have to admit my jewelry crush on IWC Schaffhausen watches — I love them! Sadly, at $5700 for the Portofino 40 item featured, it sadly remains out of my reach. This is why I blog, though. 👍🏾

I wouldn’t add any other accessories (no belt, jacket, or baubles) as the ensemble looks finished as it is. Further, with the buttoned-up, high-waisted jeans, a belt simply isn’t needed (where would you put it?).

Have a great rest of your day!

Donald Pliner JIA Bootie

Reformation Eloise Jean

Etro Ruffle-Trimmed Blouse

IWC Schaffhausen Portofino 40 Watch

Bottega Veneta Intrecciato Nappa Cabat Tote

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