Because of the dark floral background and short sleeves, the top is very versatile and can be worn most of the year. I could even wear it in the dead of winter with a cardigan! To make the top even more fall appropriate, I simply switched out the white jeans for olive jeans. My olive jeans are also from Stitch Fix (previously shown HERE).
The top is by West Kei and is called "Julianne Tie-Front Blouse". I love the beautiful floral print and the tie front.
Because it was chilly and rainy this day, I wore a black faux leather jacket from CJBanks (old).
For jewelry, I chose this multi-colored stone bracelet, copper rings, and green drop earrings (all old). I carried a black tote by Liz Claiborne (old).
For footwear, I wore black suede booties.
The olive green jeans are called "Lila Ryan Louise Skinny Jean". I just love all the pants/jeans Stitch Fix has sent me. They are always so comfortable and fit very well. I can't believe how much I have worn these jeans since I received them in September. They are so versatile, even with the colored denim.
Here is the same top styled with two different colored jeans. I prefer the top with white jeans, but I don't like to wear white jeans in the fall/winter. Which is look is your favorite? I'd love to hear from you!
Have A Great Day! Amy
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I do adore the top your and I'm with you, LOVE it with the white jeans. Such a great fix piece!ReplyDelete
Thanks Andrea. I think it looks best with white too.Delete
It was a great choice to pair this top with olive green. I adore olive green and it seems like it gets overlooked too often.ReplyDelete
Thanks Kim. I think a lot of women have trouble styling items with olive green, but really any fall hue works great with olive green.Delete
A beautiful look again, Amy. The shirt looks great both ways, but I too prefer the one with white jeans, it makes the flowers and pretty blue stand out more and also love the colorful purse. But like you said, it works well with olive jeans too and I can also imagine black dress pants. Love all the unique pieces you are receiving from stitch fix!ReplyDelete
Thanks Ellie! I almost wore the top with black dress pants, and you're right, it looked good with black too. But it was a dreary, cool, rainy day, and I was more in the mood to wear jeans, so that's what I went with.Delete
Great top! Love the olive pants too.ReplyDelete
Pretty blouse! I love it styled for fall this way.ReplyDelete
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Thank you Amy Ann!Delete
I love good top that can take you into multiple seasons. You styled this one perfectly!ReplyDelete
thank you Ruth! Me Too!Delete
Love both summer and fall looks and I love when bloggers repeat. A real women is going to get lots of wear out of her pieces so why not encourage others to do the same. I like how subtle and perfectly your bracelets complwmeco this color scheme.ReplyDelete
Thank you. I always thought it was important as a style blogger to not just show new pieces, but to also show old pieces worn multiple ways. Most readers seem to appreciate it too!Delete
Loving your blouse dear! Cute floral details. Love the suede booties too.ReplyDelete
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