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every so often when i have a free afternoon, i venture into my closet and play dress-up. sometimes i try on favorite outfits from photo shoots past, and other times, like was the case with this look, i experiment with styling a specific piece in a new and fresh way.



j.crew cropped cardigan (worn as a top -xs) || madewell wide leg khakis (similar)

j.crew leopard ballet flats (TTS -9.5) || madewell oversized denim jacket (small)

madewell tote || anthropologie headband

natalie borton x shopmoss earrings (c/o) –obsessed with these!



this blouse is actually a cardigan in disguise. i had originally purchased the cropped sweater to wear over sundresses to make them office-appropriate. however without the need to dress-up for a 9-5, i was struggling to find ways to incorporate it into my more casual wardrobe. that was until i decided to button it up and wear it as a top instead. suddenly it was the perfect pairing for my high-waisted pants. while simple, the oversized buttons give it a little personality and in a classic black, it’s the perfect neutral to compliment everything from khakis to light-wash jeans.



as far as the inspiration for the rest of this outfit goes, i was feeling all the gap vibes as i grabbed for my wide-leg pant pair of khakis. from there i tied the brown and black together with my leopard ballet flats, copper-colored headband, and of course, the real star of the show –my newest pair of natalie borton earrings, a collaboration with the talented jewelry brand, shopmoss.


shop the post:

j.crew cropped cardigan || similar pants

j.crew leopard ballet flats || madewell oversized denim jacket

madewell tote || anthropologie headband

natalie borton x shopmoss earrings (c/o)

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