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April 13, 2015

DYNAMIC DUO

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Yay! We’re finally experiencing consistent spring weather, and it’s amazing. It only felt right to ditch my black and grey winter wardrobe and pull out my favorite lights and whites. I know you’re probably aware of my crop top obsession by now, but this Kora Rae crop top still remains to be my top contender this spring. It’s reversible, (as shown in my previous post in pink/blush), and this grey/chalk color works well with a variety of color combos; I can’t get over how well it complements my wide-leg cropped pants–hello spring staple! This outfit has actually been named my dynamic duo; the flirty top offsets the wide-leg (conservative) cropped pants. Enjoy the sunshine lovelies!

Happy Monday!

xx

Jacqueline

March 16, 2015

KORA RAE + MY CROP TOP OBSESSION

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Details: Kora Rae reversible crop top, here  | Ivory/creme H&M skirt (old), similar here | Lace creme crop top from Marshall’s, similar here | Lulu’s ivory studded t-strap pumps, here 

I have been flirting with my spring wardrobe lately and been patiently waiting for Mother Nature to make up her mind. I finally decided I couldn’t wait any longer for her to get it together, and decided to break in my  new reversible Kora Rae, Lupita style crop top. I absolutely love its fit and reversibility— on one side it’s a faint pink/peach color as shown and on the other its a grey/beige shade.  Both are practical and easy to style, making this my go to crop top of the season. In an effort to combat the cold, I layered it over a creme lace long sleeved crop top and decided to bite the bullet and show some leg with with my ivory H&M skirt.

Mother Nature, I think it’s time to throw in the towel and let the sun prevail, we’ve suffered enough.

xx

Jacqueline

 

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