The forum and blog are where I get most of my dressing ideas these days , what without  the usual retail/streetstyle inspiration .  We're still under provincial lock and key here with no restaurants or bars open , no gyms, salons etc either, and one person per family in any and all retail outlets.  Many people in my age group are still waiting for second vaccines - my appt is on July 1. 

Janet's post with the "white jeans I don't hate" add-on made me decide today was a good day for white jeans, and obiously puffy sandals needed to be worn too  

I bought two pair last summer when they first appeared at non-designer price points and quite like them.  No need for any more though - I don't see these as being anything more than another trend . Fun though!

I purchased these white jeans recently from Massimo Dutti, and I love them, except for the fact that they are really a size too big .  They felt perfect out of the box, but because they are 100% cotton, they stretch out like crazy. I haven't had jeans with no stretch in quite awhile and forgot about this issue - lesson learned for next time.  Worn with a basic ponte black top (old) and a new chunky black cardigan .  Now convinced this chunky cropped cardigan look is not for me (not flattering enough) so remind me I said that if I express any enthusiasm for them in the fall.  Handy though, and comfy, but I feel a bit chunky, just like the sweater  

Cold here today - 14C - which is nuts for June - but better than the 30 + we had last week  !  Hope you all are having a lovely summer so far !

jeans - Massimo Dutti
sweater - Simons
top - Vero Moda
sandals - Rebecca Minkoff
jewellery - Jenny bird ; I'd like a third necklace here (always prefer groups of 3, but don't have quite the right one ... which is on my to-buy radar when I see what I want )

Also more makeup than I've worn in months, but I don't mind that . Makes me feel somewhat "me" again.

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