Vintage Florals

Friday, December 15, 2017

Top: Zara // Jeans: 7 For All Mankind // Purse: B.P.
Sunnies: Alexander McQueen // Sandals: Reed Krakoff // Necklace: Vintage 
Bracelet: Grinnell Designs // Earrings: Vintage // Rings: Vintage

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          Puffed sleeve tops have been on my mind ever since I wore the pink and white TOV blouse in my outfit post, Think Pink.  I adore dramatic sleeves so it may come as no surprise that this floral top satisfies my craving for striking silhouettes.  To play along with the poufy sleeves, I paired this crop top with a pair of wide-legged jeans because I think the two dramatic pieces are a match made in heaven.  Also, I love how the top creates such an elegant contrast to a structured flared bottom.  For jewelry, I decided to compliment the vintage floral print with vintage pieces.  It only makes sense, right?  These 80's statement earrings are incredibly striking and I chose them because I felt an outfit like this needs an equally exciting pair of baubles.  I chose simple gold pieces to compliment the earrings, while still keeping them the star of the show.  Finally, I threw on my classy but sassy Alexander McQueen sunnies, slid into a pair of nude sandals, and I chose a pink handbag to hold all my essentials.  
        Let me know in the comments below what you think about this outfit.  Yay or nay for puff sleeves?  Also, with  Christmas quickly approaching, I would love to know what  outift you're planning on wearing to this holiday season.  I'll soon be sharing a few festive outfits here on Elizabeth, Marie, and Me, so stay tuned!  As always, fashionistas, I am sending you lots of love from my heart to yours!

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"Looking at flowers, simple things in life. I don't need to look at gold and a castle; sometimes its very simple things that are very beautiful. I am keeping my eyes fresh to find beauty in many places, and in gold, too, sometimes!" -Francois Nars

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