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Rock a Jumpsuit and White Ankle Boots Like Romee Strijd

Romee Strijd's jumpsuit and white ankle boots look for less
Step out in a crop jumpsuit for spring, anchored by white ankle boots and white sunnies like model Romee Strijd. It's such a fresh silhouette to try!


Graphic black and white keeps things modern and streamlined. Don't forget the essential accessories like a quilted purse and studded belt (you might even still have one lingering in the back of your closet!)

As much as spring's white shoe trend is growing on me, I couldn't spend a lot on it. That's why I love that Target has these kitten heel boots - just $37.99!

Romee Strijd's jumpsuit and white ankle boots look for less



Photo Credit: STPR / PRPhotos.com



Links of the Day:

Let's talk about last night's Oscars! I didn't really get to watch between the bedtime routine and me passing out early, but I caught a few highlights.

Nicole Kidman showed us how it's done in Armani Prive, and set the trend for blue evening gowns. Also loved Jennifer Garner and Kelly Marie Tran in this color.

White was another big color trend. I loved Margot Robbie in Chanel Haute Couture. Flawless.

Gold also reigned on stars like Lupita Nyong’o in custom Atelier Versace, Sandra Bullock, and Jennifer Lawrence in Dior.

Zoey Deutch in Elie Saab Couture was probably my favorite blush/neutral moment, and the best example of beadwork and embellishment, too.

Another wow moment for me was Zendaya in Giambattista Valli Haute Couture, a unique take on the Grecian look.

Emma Stone underwhelmed in Louis Vuitton, although I appreciate her choice of a jacket and pants.

Who made your best-dressed list?



Comments
Love this outfit so much! Those boots are to DIE for
#1 Cozy Stylist (Homepage) on 2018-03-05 16:18 (Reply)
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