Shametuck fail

Gap Jeans & Shirt • Anne Klein Flats 

2085 words are lying nicely printed out next to me. My first essay is finished, and I’m still not sure about it, and everyone is still freaking out on Facebook but this thing is going into my professors mailbox first thing in the morning. Now it’s time for a bit of well-deserved blogging.

Haters gonna hate and tucking in your shirt only half tends to get a lot of hate. Especially the generation previous to mine doesn’t really appreciate it. *cough* Mom *cough*. I don’t really understand what my mom made such drama about yesterday, because I feel like this just-out-of-bed type of dressing is simply perfect for the weekend. I do need to admit that I suck terribly at getting it right though. I bought the shirt at Gap in London, after debating for a good half hour whether or not classic blue would be a good choice for me. It might not sound like a big deal, but when your dad is a prison guard and has these light blue shirts as a uniform you do not want to wear this. He can’t.stop.making.jokes. about it. I still love my shirt though, and because it’s such a classic, I have created quite a long list of imaginary outfits to pair it with. If my photographers are around, prepare to see this shirt a lot more this fall!

Now we’re talking fall: the fall foliage is coming, I just know it. Since my essay is now finished and I don’t have another assignment yet, K and I have planned a nice weekend outside. I know, Sunday was only yesterday and here I am already talking about the next. But you can’t blame me, because this is – next to Spring – the most awesome season. After sharing my “10 things I don’t like about fall” list last year, I thought I’d proclaim my love for the season more this year. Anyway, I just noticed it almost 5:30 and so I have to go pick up my in-laws at the Airport. Those lucky ducks were on a vacation to Zanzibar and my gosh, you should have seen the pictures they posted on Facebook. I can’t wait to hear their stories. I’ll be back on Thursday! See yah!

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  1. Meli
    21 October 2013 / 16:04

    I think the half-tuck is cute! And what do moms know anyway?

  2. alex
    21 October 2013 / 16:08

    It looks really cute like that! Love these pictures and congrats on finishing your essay. I am still trying to complete mine, but for some reason I'm having trouble reaching the word minimum. Ah, the life of a student haha

  3. 21 October 2013 / 16:23

    Good shirt decision! And you totally got the look right this time!
    I've had similar convos with guy friends "why is only a part of your shirt tucked in?" – "because it looks good" – "…"

  4. 21 October 2013 / 16:41

    Zanzibar?! How worldly. I'm officially jealous. P.s.Girl, you could wear ANY color with that gorgeous red hair. Prison guard-esque or not, this outfit is cute. 🙂

    xo Ashley

  5. 21 October 2013 / 17:45

    I like this look, though I've no idea of where the half-tucked in thing came from as far as trends go. Anyway, you look great in blue.

  6. 21 October 2013 / 17:47

    This is by far my favourite outfit! How simple, and chic and stylish it looks! love it!

  7. K W
    21 October 2013 / 17:54

    i love this top, perfect color for you.
    i also love the half-tuck, messy-tuck whatever you want to call it.
    my husband doesn't quite get it, but whatever.
    you look adorable.

  8. Margriet van Wingerden
    21 October 2013 / 18:10

    Ach, gevangenisuniform of niet, ik vind het heel goed staan!

  9. 21 October 2013 / 20:00

    Staat je goed joh! Zanzibar heeft echt prachtige stranden, terecht jaloers 😀
    Naomi, x

  10. 21 October 2013 / 20:49

    Love your denim on denim look! I think the half-tuck look is cute on you!

  11. 21 October 2013 / 23:37

    Can't go wrong with a classic look like this one! Looks great on you. 🙂 And I hear you about people hating on the fact of tucking in half of your shirt tail.. but to me, I think it looks very feminine! 🙂 I love it.

  12. 22 October 2013 / 01:11

    I think the classic blue like a white shirt will always be a style you can wear. Congrats on finishing your essay. Enjoy your week! 🙂 /Madison

  13. 22 October 2013 / 01:46

    Finishing papers always created a huge sigh of relief for me. I hardly ever came upon a paper I enjoyed writing! Love this simple look and the half tucked in shirt 🙂 I do it often too!

  14. Melina
    22 October 2013 / 01:55

    Whether you're teased or not, you can never go wrong with a classic blue button-up! I'm also totally on your side and a fellow shame-tucker as well. Maybe our generation just can't commit to a full tuck. Nothing wrong with that! 😉

    xx Melina

    Pale Shadow

  15. 22 October 2013 / 06:13

    Idem bij mijn mams bij half uit de broek shirts. Maar ik vind het super!

  16. 22 October 2013 / 07:56

    Ik vind dat het er echt super tof uitziet, ÊÊn van je leukste outfits! ^^

  17. Mademoiselle Sophistique
    22 October 2013 / 12:14

    haha ik snap het dat de mama er het ervan op haar zenuwen krijgt, maar ik vind het wel leuk!

  18. Keith Wynn
    22 October 2013 / 15:54

    Your hair is beautiful!! You're very photogenic. Have a terrific Tuesday!

  19. 22 October 2013 / 16:51

    haha I know what you mean, it's a hate it or love it trend but I love it, looks so casual and stylish for me, and you look great with that color! 🙂

  20. Lady à la Mode
    22 October 2013 / 17:41

    love how simple this outfit is… you look like you can be in a J.Crew mag (and that's a compliment!) 🙂


    Lady à la Mode

  21. 22 October 2013 / 20:46

    supermooie outfit! ik ben wel voor simpel 🙂 oh zanzibar, zo exotisch 😉

  22. EnterKelly
    23 October 2013 / 00:39

    Not going to lie, I LOVE the half-tuck. It's so great. I know some people hate it but it's awesome in my opinion. Which means you look awesome too!

  23. Hannah
    23 October 2013 / 00:45

    Congrats on finishing up your essay! I love this chic outfit!

    Xo, Hannah

  24. Rose
    23 October 2013 / 00:51

    Love the half-tuck!


  25. 23 October 2013 / 02:42

    Oh the half tuck, I swear that is hard to make look good.
    And prison blue is the first thing I thought about before I purchased my first chambray shirt, but I quickly got over, and now I wear it with everything.

  26. libys11
    23 October 2013 / 02:46

    i can never get this trendy half tucking thing work for me. hahaha! tried countless times and it seems so mediocre when i wear it.

    i think you still kept it chic. love that you did it with the classic outfit! 😀

    Animated Confessions

  27. 23 October 2013 / 22:40

    You make evey post sound so whimsy and funny, I love it! 🙂 And although I love the halkfway tucked in shirts, I can never get it right and always end up lookig sloppy. 🙂

  28. 24 October 2013 / 00:18

    Lol!! Your mom 🙂 I love the relaxed and easy peasy look! I myself live in it – whatever is the most comfortable, I'll wear! P.S. you look great! Congrats on finishing your essay! That's a lot of words, lady!

  29. engquist@see what i sea design
    24 October 2013 / 01:58

    I totally pretend I rock the half-tuck. You, my friend, completely rock it! And you are just as darling as ever!

  30. Le Chat Noir
    24 October 2013 / 08:46

    Simple but so classy! Love the leopard flats!

  31. Mark the Style
    24 October 2013 / 13:57

    I love this simple and classic look! You look great!

  32. The Adored Life
    24 October 2013 / 19:50

    I can't do the shame tuck. It just makes my stomach look all weird and like I ate too much! You look darling though!

  33. 25 October 2013 / 20:41

    Mooie outfit! Ik vind zo'n half-tuck wel leuk, beetje nonchalance ^^

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