Distressed Denim, Nude Heels & Camo

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Camouflage Jacket  |  Distressed Denim Jeans  |  Basic White Tee  |  Nude Heels  |  Gold Lariat Necklace  |  Similar Clutch  |  Aviator Sunglasses  |  Gold Band Personalized Ring

Hey, hey, hey, all, and happy hump day to ya! It's been way too long and certainly overdue for a new blog post, I know. I've been working a lot behind the scenes on putting together a schedule that doesn't kill me, and I had an unexpected trip that pulled me back home to Kentucky for more than a week. With my new YouTube channel, blog, and the day-to-day, it's been a challenge to get it all together. But, finally, I think it's all good - hopefully!! After this week, I will be rolling out a new, consistent posting schedule here, on the blog, and across all of my other channels. But, enough about that, let's get to this fun and easy look: distressed denim, nude heels, and camo.

If you've followed my blog from jump, you know I'm all about comfort. I don't purchase uncomfortable clothing or sit down shoes as Oprah calls them, because I know they'll do nothing but sit in my closet and collect dust. I learned this costly lesson long ago. You can't get any more comfortable than a knotted basic tee and favorite jeans. Throw a cool, broken-in jacket, and nude heels you can ACTUALLY walk AND run in, and you've got the cutest outfit that makes sense for those of us who like to look put together and remain discomfort-free.

Most of you already have these pieces or majority of them in your closet. And you could actually create two looks out of this one very easily - BONUS!  Start in a pair of sneakers, like these Converse or these Adidas, if you're out running errands. When evening rolls around and you're ready for date night or whatever, switch into these perfectly comfortable nude heels, and you're set. And I can guarantee you will love these heels!

I so love mixing girlie pieces like nude heels with tomboy, masculine elements like camouflage. My favorite camo jacket is about two years old and still looks as good as new. It wasn't terribly expensive either - DOUBLE BONUS! I'd definitely recommend a piece like this in your wardrobe. It's certainly a classic staple just like this denim jacket in my opinion. I would suggest going with a lightweight style of camo jacket or vest to get more wear out of them throughout the year. They make perfect Spring transitions pieces and add a touch of chic fun to any look any time! - Jill xoxo