Happy Tuesday! It seems like in the blink of an eye, Labor Day is almost here and Summer is coming to an end. I wonder if our LA weather will get the memo. Somehow, I suspect that I’ll be wearing sundresses for a few more weeks (or months).
Meanwhile, if you happen to live somewhere with a breeze, I’ve styled these new Mott & Bow white jeans for Labor Day as part of a perfect red, white and blue All American look. You’ve probably heard me mention Mott & Bow on my blog once or twice (or seven times)… I’ve fallen in love with this comfy and affordable, direct-to-consumer line of denim and was thrilled to try out their new white jeans. They come in two cuts (The Mom Jean or The Slim Boyfriend) and are just as chic as their darker denim counterparts. I can’t wait to style them with a cable knit or striped sweater for Fall (I’ve been eyeing this collection from Kiel James Patrick here).
What are your plans for Labor Day Weekend? We’re still in the middle of some re-painting and re-staging of the house before we put it back on the market. Our goal is to have it all done by Monday and I plan on taking a nice long walk or bike ride along the beach and then cooking my favorite Labor Day Menu. I’ll also be checking out all the Labor Day sales online of course!
Shop my look:
How do you style your white jeans? This is actually my first pair and I’d love to see your looks for white denim inspiration!
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