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{outfit} Clad in Purple Plaid

  Thursday, August 28, 2014 at 7:30 AM   |    Post a Comment     Tagged:,,,,,,,, 
I wore one of the few peplum tops I own when I went out to dinner with my best friends last week. I call it peplum, but it isn't really, but it's as close as I get to the trend. Real peplum pieces never look all that great on me, I prefer the softer version. And I'm getting all the wear out of these jeans that I can before I turn back to all my super dark denim (YAY!)

Top: J Cooper (Lord & Taylor), Jeans: Current/Elliott (sample sale), Sandals: Sam Edelman c/o Thred Up, Clutch: Olivia + Joy, Necklace: Marc Jacobs

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  1. I really like that top - and the softer peplum definitely looks great.

    Courtney ~ Sartorial Sidelines

  2. Love the soft peplum, purple is your color. And I switch to dark jeans for fall too, hah.
    xo Annie
    New England Romance

  3. Love this outfit! The clutch is amazing too!
    xo, Jane

  4. You look amazing in plaid girlie!!

  5. It's a great top and looks very flattering on you.


  6. Looks like a 'real' peplum to me! And its so cute too! I would love to see this layered.
    Chic on the Cheap

  7. I love peplum tops too!! Xx lovely post as always xoxo I've just started a blog of my own and if you're interested you are very welcome to visit. Followers are desperately needed!!!

  8. The soft peplum looks great. I really like the plaid.

  9. What a wonderful top and colors of print are gorgeous. You look fab!

    xoxo Ra

  10. It's a cute top and I did not jump on the peplum trend either, just one piece should last me a while.

  11. This 'softer' version is looking really good on you indeed! Wonderful look!


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