Asymmetrical

It’s been a long time. I shouldn’t have left you. Without some dope fits to dress to.  Let’s see who catches that.  🙂 I’ve been seriously busy these past few weeks, but I’m back and excited to bring you some new looks!

Asymmetrical shirts were all the rage in the early 2000s, but like over-sized bright-hued belts worn over t-shirts, the thrill died.  I never thought I would see one in 2018 that I just had to have.  This proved me wrong.  Something about this one was different with details that gave it high-end designer vibes.  Upon further research, I realized why.  It seems to have taken inspiration from a much pricier piece from Monse.

I didn’t know any of that at the time, but the top was giving me classic with a little trendy flair, so it was worth the pick up.  So many details made it all the more interesting – satiny material, newspaper print, and lacy neckline.  I paired it with ripped jeans, a black blazer, and my favorite Steve Madden pumps.  Ladies, you can never go wrong with a blazer over a cute top, jeans, and heels.  It’s the quintessential dressy casual look.  Get all the details below and thanks for hanging with me!

Outfit Details:  Top – New York & Company (Similar Here and Here) || Jeans – New York & Company (Get Here) || Blazer – Tracee Ellis Ross for JC Penny (Similar Here) || Shoes – Steve Madden Daisie (Get Here)

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