White Pants & Jean Vest | Spring Outfit Inspiration

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White Pants

Make any outfit feel crisp and sharp! 

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What in the world? How is it almost the end of April? Are you feeling this with me? It's almost Christmas!! Okay, end freak out! Hello. If this is your first time visiting, please don't judge my blog by those several seconds you just endured. Thank you for being here today, I hope you feel invigorated and inspired to be the best version of yourself! 

STYLE TIP:

I love White pants and a jean vest guuuurl! I love that it looks a little country and a little chic! You can pair so much with those two pieces. Pretty much what ever color your vibing with right then you can put on that and it will look good! Also, who said you can't do brown and black together? Someone did, but you can do what you want, girl, it's your body and if you like the combo, enjoy it! 

SHOP THIS LOOK
Red striped Tee-Shirt: (HERE
White Skinny Jeans: (HERE) distressed (HERE
Jean Vest: similar (HERE)
Black Pumps: (HERE

**Remember you don't NEED to have what I do to look beautiful. You probably can do this look with things already from your wardrobe, these are just guidelines to help you find your OWN style that works for you and your budget.



FROM MY HEART: 
I have been experiencing a lot of change lately. It's like who moved my cheese yo! Have you ever read that book? It's wonderful! I read it a REALLY long time ago, but what I can remember from it is that change in this cray life, is inevitable. INEVITABLE. You get used to something and BAM, it changes. And either you create change for yourself so you'll be resilient to change or life will change for you and you'll be unequipped to handle it.

 I have had the same breakfast for over two years because that's pretty much the only thing I can control. I don't believe the world will run out of peanut butter or toast, right? I am literally holding my breath hoping that I don't wake up tomorrow to a sad world with no peanut butter! Okay, moving on,  I believe that being unwilling to change is detrimental, ya'll. I WAS like that before, I wanted everything to stay the same, so I wouldn't feel challenged. Now, I don't get married to anything but my breakfast and my actual husband, because things just change. It hurts a little to have to rethink of how to do a certain something when it's been so comfy and cozy for long, but  I have grown so much by embracing and challenging myself with the change from time to time as well!. What I did that helped me through this season of growth was so helpful. Friends, I felt so mature!  I thanked God for the change, challenge, and the uncomfortable feelings. I stepped into it rather than try to medicate somehow and pretend nothing was really going on. I am hoping that we can be big kids together and be grateful for change and uncomfortable seasons of growth. If we remain the same, we are unable to be all that we were meant to be. Change is CRUCIAL to being the best version of you. I love you,  Go be awesome!

Xo, Libier