Move over boyfriend/vintage/boxy tee, because there’s a new girl in town and she’s got a snug fit, cute neckline and a bit of texture but is equally as comfy. Okay, so maybe I’m not quitting on my favorite cotton tops, but I am definitely making room for a new fit and style. It feels good to add something to my jeans and tee uniform that’s a little more femme so I thought I’d share! Bonus that it’s such an inexpensive wardrobe update you can mix and match. Add a bucket or basket bag and boom, easy summer outfit!

SUNNIES (on sale!)| TEE (love this fit too) | WIDE LEG JEANS (similar or a little less wide here) | CONVERSE | WOVEN BAG | SWEATER (old from Purpose boutique)

Looking a lot like a style blogger in this pic, ha!

More like the real me in this one! Doing some adjusting.

Prob tmi, but I only wear strapless bras… no patience for shoulder straps. They make me feel claustrophobic (for lack of a better word!). When wearing a boyfriend, boxy, or vintage tee, I can totally get away with it without too much adjusting going on, but with a fitted tee it’s a different story so I may need to get over the whole strap thing. If anyone has a brand or style they recommend, please spill the beans in the comments!

Just taking in the moment. Thankful to have a husband that’s home randomly during the day on a weekday. Makes me feel like we’re playing hooky whenever we take advantage and sneak away for a bit. Also love that he doesn’t mind wandering with me (or snapping pics for that matter!). Definitely payed off yesterday when we found these pretty stairs!

What’s your favorite way to freshen up your jeans and tees rotation?

xo, Rae


  1. Erika May 16, 2019 at #

    Well now I need to know what your favorite strapless bra is. I can’t find one I like to save me life!

  2. Ginger May 16, 2019 at #

    Adorable! And the only bras I wear are Lively bras. Affordable and comfortable. They have lots of bralettes and their t-shirt bra is 100%. Go, get yo some straps girl. lively.com and Madewell sells them now too.

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