Black and Camel

June 12, 2017   /   byAnh  / Categories :  Feeds

ann-taylor-jacket-1ann-taylor-jacket-2ann-taylor-jacket-3 Weekend relaxation at its best! I “shopped” my closet and pulled out this old full midi skirt from a few years ago. Classic will always outlast trendy – which makes it an easy excuse for investing in pieces that fit the classic category.

Hope you had a wonderful weekend too!

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Jacket – Ann Taylor (here)
Top – Tibi (old | similar here for $25)
Skirt – Milly (old | similar here for $65)
Sandals – Everlane (here)
Purse – Worth New York (here)
Earrings – Anthropologie (here)
Necklaces – thanks to Ariel Gordon (my new favorite! and under $350 here and Lane & Lanae (here)
Lips – Chanel “Rose Violine” (my go-to! here)

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