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My style: purple crepe and animal print


Lately, my outfits seem to be really keeping it on the simple side. As much as I love a statement necklace or a stack of bangles, sometimes I just don’t feel like putting them on.

You can call it lazy I suppose: the reality of the situation is that I haven’t fully unpacked things in the new house. My jewelry is one of those things that is sitting around, wrapped up but unpacked. I probably should get around to that at some point in the near future, huh? Right now I’m relegated to stud earrings and my wedding rings. At least I have something!

Anyway, as soon as I spotted this crepe blouse at Ann Taylor LOFT, I knew it had to come home with me. The material is light and flowy, which is great for Florida in the fall/winter when I want to wear long sleeves but don’t want to be too hot. You guys: sweater weather has not been frequent as of yet in these parts! We had a cold snap for a bit, but this week it has been around 80 degrees. What is up with that? I wouldn’t mind a little bit of a nip in the air when Christmas rolls around…just saying!

But until then, I’ll take advantage of the fact that I don’t have to wear closed toed shoes every day – my strappy Carol heels from ShoeMint are still getting quite a bit of wear right now. I swear: they go with so many different outfits, and they’re so comfortable. If you’re looking for an animal print heel, this could be the pair for you.

Purple crepe blouse: Ann Taylor LOFT (similar) // Cropped jeans: GAP Outlet // Animal print heels: Carol by ShoeMint // Sunglasses: Ray Ban New Wayfarer // Handbag: Ditsy Hobo by Urban Expressions (similar)

Do you sometimes feel like forgoing jewelry in your daily outfits, or do you have a certain piece (or pieces) that you wear every day?



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