NOT appropriate for the office
Since I don't work in an office environment, I always find myself at a loss for when to wear my blazers.
This crop top look is one of my favorites, but unfortunately not office appropriate!
I was inspired by the trends I see around everyday: waterfall jackets and crop tops.
I haven't worn my jacket in a while because I though the shoulder pads made me look huge. Looking at it now, I don't really see what I was talking about ;)
The pants are my trusty Gap pants. The light really caught the stitching down the back of the legs. These pants are completely office appropriate, with a different top of course. And work as a day-to-night item as well.
The crop tops *cropping up* everywhere have left me feeling cautiously optimistic. I'm kind of liking this trend.
At first, I thought this top (or bra?) looked weird on me, since I have a short upper body, but it's grown on me, and lately I've been wearing it constantly.
These shoes I made from a pair of old Banana Republic T-strap sandals. I cut the strap off with a pair of fabric shears, and used the lace to make these work as wrap sandals. I now can't stop wearing them, it's awesome to have a *new* pair of shoes that didn't cost a dime.
Hope you're all having a great week, thanks for reading!