Peasant Blouse and Olive Skinnies

This past fall, I wore this white embroidered blouse with these same boots and with shorts. I wanted to style it for cooler days, so I kept the outfit the same and replaced the shorts with olive skinnies.

white blouse

Shirt: Bébénoir
Jeans: Just USA
Boots: MIA
Bag: Matt & Nat
Ring: Silk Wire Jewelry
Cuff: Lauren Harkness

Everything else is the same (well, I forgot my necklace). I like experimenting with small changes to see how big a different I can make with an outfit. It goes to show that I don’t need that many items to mix and match and create new looks.

That said, I do enjoy shopping for new pieces. The blouse was a piece I picked up in NYC this past summer. But a white shirt is a classic, and a key piece for any wardrobe. This is a twist on a classic and it’s great to have in rotation.

blouse with skinnies

Unlike its classic cousin, this blouse doesn’t button up. It’s a pullover style and being such a relaxed fix, I feel like it doesn’t need to be ironed crisp.

It’s got a neat back opening that I promise to show next time I wear it.

brown accessories

I’m joining Style Elixir, Elizabeth Nygard, The Life of the Party, and Lena B Actually and Rachel the Hat for linkups. Phew! Check out all the other bloggers and see what they’re wearing.

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6 responses to “Peasant Blouse and Olive Skinnies

  1. karengadient

    Love the look. Adore Matt & Nat bags too!

  2. Great casual look!! I’m glad I bought the same blouse in NYC. I hope to see you wearing it with your black and white pants for a dressy look. Then you can show us the back of the blouse too.

    The boots are fantastic, love the zipper on the “outside.”

  3. Such a pretty look!! Simple and fun! I’m pinning this to my Passion For Fashion board!! Thanks so much for linking up!

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