blue jean mama

blue jean mama

 

blue jean mama

 

blue jean mama

 

blue jean mama

 

blue jean mama

 

blue jean mama

 

blue jean mama

 

blue jean mama

 

blue jean mama

 

blue jean mama

 

if you want casual chic glamour i’d have to say you have to pull on a pair of dark rinse denim and slip into a pair of heels. it’s my after hours uniform. nothing fussy, nothing over the top, but it works. many of you ask for tops that don’t need to be tucked in, and today’s blouse addresses that question. i kept the color scheme monochromatic, but the sweater details add a subtle bling. nude pumps are perfect for my low-key outfit, but high heels add instant chic. an oversized handbag in a neutral color, plus chandelier earrings finish off my ootd.

labels: shirt cabi (similar here); sweater cabi (similar here); denim Ann Taylor; handbag Henry High Class; shoes Zara (similar here); bracelet and earrings Chloe and Isabel

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2 Comments

  1. Mimi Gregor wrote:

    I love the cardigan! Unfortunately, that style does not work well on me. I am very short (5 feet even), and boxy styles tend to make me look dumpy, whereas a tall person can pull it off and look smashing. Even the tuck vs. untuck is a problem for me. I must tuck all my tops in, unless it happens to be a long tunic worn over a matching bottom. The reason is that my legs are shorter in proportion to my torso, and “untucking” makes them look even shorter.

    One of the things I do when I try things on and don’t like them on me as opposed to on the hanger is to analyze why. This is a great way to learn what works and doesn’t work for you. Once you take the time to find out why something doesn’t work, it saves time in the long run, because you can just look at something and rule it out: “No… boxy jackets don’t work for me…. No… warm colors make me look sallow.”

    Posted 8.25.15
    • Hi Mimi,
      It sounds as if you understand how important proportions are when dressing for your body type. That’s one of the key ingredients to dressing well!

      Posted 8.25.15

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