The first piece was part of an outfit I wore last week at home and then to dinner at a Pizza Garden that evening. I find that my outfits consist of three things: a top, bottom and shoes. Very basic and simple because the need for jewelry or other layers doesn't fit my work-from-home life. I paired the Natasha Blouse in Gardenshade Floral with hemmed Matchsticks and Cece Ballet Flats in Black (but probably should have done the Navy instead). This is a blouse I was sad I missed out on last Spring but happily found it on ebay a few weeks ago.
Jackie in Landscape Green and is a great match to the Natasha Blouse.
Navy Schoolboy for a more polished look, still keeping my three basics, and the Jackie Cardigan.
Sterling Skirt in Crimson Maple, that I was able to purchase from a fellow JCA, and my Louboutin's in Cranberry. A black heel will work as well. A Nude could work but I think a darker heel is best for this outfit. This green and burgundy pairing is beautiful, don't you think? Buttoning the Jackie at the bottom helps you look more polished and leaner.
And, finally, to edge it up a bit I removed the cardigan and added my new Leather Moto Jacket in Cabernet. It's amazingly gorgeous IRL and from Victoria's Secret. I've been looking for a leather jacket for a very long time but could never find one I loved. Dark jeans like the Midrise Toothpick Jean in Carbon replace the Sterling Skirt and, again, the Louboutin's in Cranberry finish this look. I only have gray Moto boots but short Black ones will do as well. I didn't want to the look to be too edgy and I think the Moto Jacket in a different color suits the style without trying too hard.
So there you have it. The Natasha Blouse styled three ways (ok, maybe that was four). It's a keeper.
I hope you enjoyed this feature. If you have any suggestions or want to see an item styled 3 ways please leave a comment or email me. If I have the item or something similar I will be happy to feature it.
Have a Great Sunday!