Hello! Remember when I told you that my lovely daughter bought me two new Michael Kors shirts for Christmas? Well here's one of them. I've been a very fortunate momma; I got a Michael Kor's shirt for my birthday and two more for Christmas. That brings my favorite designer items up to four, because Ashley gave me a pair of Michael Kor's gloves for Christmas last year.
I really love this top. It's very soft and silky to the touch, and the style is perfect for my figure. I like how it gathers above the bust line and not below it, and as in all of Michael Kors items, it is full of interesting detail.
The color of the shirt is hard to define. I'm not sure if it's brown or taupe, and it's actually got a bit of an olive green undertone to it too, so I wasn't sure what would go with it. Since it was the first time I wore it, I decided to play it safe and wear it with black, but I could see wearing it with my new off-white cords too.
Black and brown use to be a big fashion don't, but in the past few years it has grown in popularity and become a trend. I really like the two colors together. My black pants are Emer High Waisted Cropped Trousers that I received in a Stitch Fix from almost a year ago.
Because my outfit was kinda plain, I really dressed it up with a lot of bling. I wore large gold statement earrings (old), and a simple gold necklace by Jill Michael (also from Stitch Fix) because a bold necklace with bold earrings would be too much for me. Plus, with the gold studs already on the shirt near the neckline, I didn't need too much more jewelry around my neck. I also had a large, gold bangle that I just picked up on clearance for only a few dollars from Express that you can see in the first picture.
These shoes are so cute, but they are not comfortable. I really am not a fan of pointy toe shoes.
Michael Kors always has to put his signature on his items somewhere, and on this shirt it is imprinted on the gold cord stops. Too tiny to even photograph, but trust me, it's there. I always love looking to see where his symbol is on the clothing he designs. It's never in the same spot.my new winter coat? Well guess what? I bought another one. It's not like I didn't love that one, I do, but it's warm, too warm. I can't believe I'm saying that. Me, too warm? But when we have a warm winter day, like above freezing, it's just too warm, so I wanted a more light weight winter jacket to wear on those days. I gave my old winter jacket to my daughter because I didn't think I would need it anymore, but it turned out I really missed having a shorter jacket to throw on, so when I saw this jacket at Old Navy for a mere $25.00, I bought it. It provides all the warmth I need whenever it's above 35 degrees, and it's a different color than the usual black or grey I have hanging in my coat closet. I love the fur collar too. And I was actually surprised at how warm this jacket was too. True, I've never worn it when it was really cold outside (I wear the other one I bought then!), but I have never been cold when I put this jacket on either. Old Navy has so many cute, wool, pea coats on clearance right now that I'd love to buy too, but really, how many coats does one girl need?
Have a great day!
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