White Shirt and Convertible Boots

Well hello there! I’ve come out of hibernation on this sunny day to show off some new items.


Shirt: Old Navy
Skirt: Nordstrom
Vegan boots: BHAVA Studio
Wristlet: Crystalyn Kae
Jacket (below): eBay

I’ve heard a crisp, white shirt is a wardrobe must-have. For years, I didn’t own one. Even now, I rarely wear one. It’s hard to keep them clean and neat. I do agree that they go with everything and are a great part of any wardrobe.


I paired this shirt with a stretchy pencil skirt and a pair of convertible boots. Yes, convertible. I’m wearing an ankle-length boot with boot sleeves for a knee-high effect. I’ll show you the look in ankle length soon.



These nifty creation are by BHAVA Studio. There’s also an OTK sleeve option if you want extra tall over the knee boots. Love this! What a great travel accessory.


I hope you’re enjoying February and that a bit of sun is gracing your day. I feel spring in the air, and that makes me happy!


Filed under Ethical, Fashion

2 responses to “White Shirt and Convertible Boots

  1. Hi Jean,
    Really a nice outfit, your skirt is really beautiful and original and matches wonderful with your vegan convertible boots (wonderful idea to have ankle and long boots in the same pair) perfect for fall or places where winters are not so cold and snowy. The color of the jacket is awesome and combines great with all your cool outfit. Thanks for sharing !

  2. What a lovely day in Seattle! We in Ontario are still in midwinter with no sign of spring yet. Thankfully, January was not as bad as last year. I hibernate whenever possible.

    Your outfit is beautiful. The crisp, white shirt is very versatile, looks great with your pretty skirt, an artistic print. The boots are fab, so cool that they are convertible. ❤

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