Just like everybody else in the world, we all get our daily inspiration from Pinterest, Instagram, bloggers and a million other creative outlets. I love finding daily inspo literally everywhere, especially when it comes to fashion and my own personal style. And believe it or not, even with a closet full of clothes, sometimes I have no clue what to wear, especially when all I wear are leggings and scrubs on a daily basis for work. So what are my go-tos for fashion inspo? Pinterest and Instagram of course!

I wanted to share one of my favorite fashion inspirations and bloggers, Julie Sarinana- better known from her Instagram @sincerelyjules and her blog Sincerelyjules.com. I’m sure most of you know of her shop, blog and Insta, and she’s someone I’ve been following for a while now. So it’s no surprise that I save like half of her insta posts under my Insta collections and constantly scroll through her feed!

The thing I love most about all these major influencers is the influence they have on my personal style. Pretty much the daily inspo I need, not even with my style but in all aspects of life. Anyways, before I get carried away, I wanted to share an outfit that was 100% inspired by @sincerelyjules!

 

Something that I never thought I’d ever wear are blazers! Blazers are a staple in Julie’s closet and I love how she mixes something so structured with her cool Cali style. I know what you’re thinking, it’s just a blazer tho… Trust me, I never thought I’d be wearing a blazer with such a causal outfit and it was way out of my comfort zone. And I got this specific blazer from TJ Maxx for only 19$!

 

 

And here’s one of the many outfit inspo’s I got from Julie!

 

 

Major heart eyes seriously… I’ll be linking some relaxed blazers perfect for your next casual outfit!

 

Thanks for stopping by! 

 

 

-D

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