Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Of Varying Lengths

cropped gray vest, white dress shirt, distressed jeans, blue suede pumps
linen scarf, cropped gray vest, white dress shirt, distressed jeans, blue suede pumps
cropped gray vest, white dress shirt, distressed jeans, blue suede pumps
sunglasses: Ann Taylor Metropolis (sold here)
lips: MAKE UP FOR EVER Rouge Artist Natural in N9 (sold here)
scarf: Banana Republic Delia linen-blend (sold here)
vest: Banana Republic crossover-hem tank (sold here)
shirt: from China - borrowed from DH (similar)
ring: Elizabeth and James Windrose (sold here; similar - $2.59; similar)
jeans: LOFT super skinny jeans in deconstructed garden blue (this season's sold here)

10 comments:

  1. You nailed the layer look. Thanks for sharing.

    Liv

    www.livforstyle.net

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  2. Love the gold trimming of the scarf. You are totally enjoying that outfit!

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  3. Love this look on you. I'm just curious to see how else you will style the BR crop top. If I knew other ways to style it, I might be interested in buying it.

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    1. All I've got planned is wearing the crop top with other dress shirts. Not very original, I know... so hopefully I'll find other ways to style it in the future. One of the reviews left on the BR site mentioned the crop top didn't look right on its own. I haven't tried it myself, but would be interested to see if I can pull off that look with my white high-waisted pants.

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    2. One of the main reasons I like your blog is I think you are so creative at mixing and matching your clothing/shoes/accessories. So I'm counting on you to come up with more ways to wear the crop top than just styling it with other dress shirts! Lol. Yes, I think high-waisted pants could work, as could skirts since they usually come up higher as well.

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    3. Thank you for the sweet compliment! :) The pressure's on now!

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    1. Thank you, Kelly! Love all your layering with dress shirts!

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