white eyelet.

This past weekend I ventured to Frederick, Maryland to visit a coworker.
I've been to Frederick a handful of times but have never really have gotten to enjoy the little town during the day.
My coworker happens to live downtown which makes it easy to just head out the door and explore.
After chatting over some cheese and wine we headed downtown.
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top: c/o stylewe | jeanslevi's (under $100!) | jacketgap (last seen here)
booties: tibi | belt: UO | braletaerie | bagcuyana

It was quite chilly since Spring is still a little reluctant to show-up.
I threw on my ultra high-waisted Levi jeans.
Some coworkers made a funny joke last when I wore these out to a Happy Hour, that I look like Peggy Hill.


I thought it was a pretty hilarious comment. 
Possibly this years Halloween costume?
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eyelet-style-spring-casual-levis-stylewe-dcblog-blogger
I paired the jeans with this cute eyelet top from Stylewe.
I love eyelet (seen here) and have already worn this piece twice within the last week.
It is actually has a little bit of a peplum flair to it but the waist of the jeans is hiding that detail.
Eyelet is one of my favorite fabrics for spring and summer.
It is easy to dress up or down and the slightly open fabric makes it breezy and easy to wear with higher temperatures.
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eyelet-style-spring-casual-levis-stylewe-dcblog-blogger
top: c/o stylewe | jeans: levi's (under $100!) | jacket: gap (last seen here)
booties: tibi | belt: UO | bralet: aerie | bag: cuyana

STYLETIP
Whenever wearing eyelet, opting for a nude colored bralet makes the garment less see through.
Wearing a color that closely matches your skin tone makes the bra almost disappear under your garment.
The focus is on your outfit versus your undergarments.


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