Street Style

Do you ever have a piece of clothing that you love so much, you try to wear it as much as possible? For me, it’s a simple, chic, classic black blazer. Ever since I got this (for like $35 I might add!), I have been obsessed with styling it different ways. With business outfits for job interviews, over dresses to look a little sharper, and always over tee shirts to dress them up a bit.

During our one week of absolutely gorgeous weather last month, I went with Taylor (my photographer/good friend) to go for a coffee and a shoot, since we wanted to take advantage of the bit of good fortune in January. I went straight for my favorite blazer and paired it with two other classics – a white tee and a denim skirt.

Since making its comeback the past few years in the fashion world, my denim skirt has been on a heavy rotation. It seemed to be the perfect option to pair with my blazer since it helped dress it down a bit, but was still a great match for the warmer weather. So I threw it on, tucked in a baggy white v-neck, and topped it with my blazer.

To give it a little more edge, I opted for my new Steve Madden boots (linked below), with silver detailing and buckling. I had been itching for a chance to wear them since I got them and this was the perfect opportunity. They do take a little while to break in though (just ask my slightly bloody feet) but they are so worth it.

To shop my look, click the links here: Blazer (H&M, $34.99), Denim skirt (Topshop, $55), White tee (BP, $15), Boots (Steve Madden, $149)

 

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