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{outfit} Experiment in Layering

  Monday, October 27, 2014 at 7:30 AM   |    Post a Comment     Tagged:,,,,,,,,,,, 
I've been trying to experiment more with layering my clothes. So to get more wear out of this peplum top I decided to wear a matching long sleeve top underneath. I also wanted to wear these Cole Haan sandals at least once before it gets too cold for wearing sandals without socks or tights.

Tank: J Cooper (Lord & Taylor, gift), Silk Top: thrifted, Jeans: Michael Kors (Marshalls, gift), Sandals: Cole Haan 'Minetta' (Amazon), Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs (Shopbop), Watch: Marc by Marc Jacobs (Gilt), Bracelets c/o 31 Bits

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  1. That top really layers well - I think this looks great!

    Courtney ~ Sartorial Sidelines

  2. Oh that's a clever idea! I usually layer over a peplum but it's nice to show it off

    Yasmeen xx
    The Mirror Affects

  3. Really love this look, girl! You look gorgeous in purple :)

    Daisy | Simplicity Relished

  4. Those two tops match so perfectly we actually thought it was one long sleeve top. Perfect match and so cute!!

    xx 365hangers

  5. I thought it was one top, too! I'm loving all the purple ; )

  6. nice

  7. I have yet to try layering a peplum top and I really must!

  8. I love all the layering and the blue jeans work so great with the purple. I still love these shoes so much, I will occasionally see them in the clearance section of Marshall's but of course, never in my size. I'm so glad you were able to get them.


  9. Love the layering!

    - Sarah :)

  10. I love playing around with layers, especially in the fall. Great outfit, nice blog!


  11. love the layering! that peplum top is so darling and cute!

  12. I think it looks really well!
    I have issues with layering, I have to admit I am not good at it.


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