Femininely Structured

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Femininely Structured @ Elizabeth, Marie, and Me

Femininely Structured @ Elizabeth, Marie, and Me


Femininely Structured @ Elizabeth, Marie, and Me

Femininely Structured @ Elizabeth, Marie, and Me

Femininely Structured @ Elizabeth, Marie, and Me

Femininely Structured @ Elizabeth, Marie, and Me

Femininely Structured @ Elizabeth, Marie, and Me

Femininely Structured @ Elizabeth, Marie, and Me

Femininely Structured @ Elizabeth, Marie, and Me

Top: Topshop (similar)
Jeans: Blank NYC
Earrings: Mahina Pearls
Bracelet: Vintage 
Clutch: Vintage
Shoes: Reed Krakoff

          Don't you just love those moments where you are in the right place at the right time?  I had been eyeing this off-the-shoulder top at Nordstrom, but it sold out online before I could purchase it.  Luckily, when I visited the Nordstrom Ala Moana, someone had purchased that exact top in my size online and returned it in the store.  I guess it was just meant to be!  
        If you know me, you know that blush is one of my favorite colors, but the real reason why I love this top is that it's structured yet feminine.  The thick material and rounded neckline are what gives the blouse a bold silhouette with clean lines while the gathering at the sleeves conveys a more soft and delicate feel.  
        I paired this beautiful top with high-waisted dark wash jeans and a nude high-heeled sandal.  For jewelry, I chose gold rings and dainty pearl pieces to mimic the blush color.   To top it all off, I added a rhinestone covered clutch.  Hope you enjoyed this outfit post! Sending you lots of love from my heart to yours! 
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"Being strong can be also feminine. I don't think feminine equals being weak. Being strong is very sexy." -Sanaa Lathan 

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