|Blouse| Old Navy
|Skirt| LOFT (Similar, NY & Co) (Similar, Tinley Road)
|Shoes| Jessica Simpson (Similar, Bandolino)
|Accessories| Necklace, C/O Anjolee – Anjolee offers a variety of fine jewelry that include bridal diamond sets, tennis bracelets, earrings and diamond pendants – straight from the manufacturer and fully customizable! | Bracelets, Amrita Singh and Charlotte Russe
TIP: A way to ease color into your wardrobe is to try it with a classic piece, like this a-line skirt. It’s a bright pink color, but the simple silhouette is a little easier to pull off.
If I could have a closet full of pencil skirts and sleeveless blouses like this one for the summer, I’d be a happy girl. It’s a simple but sophisticated look for the office. Of course, the leopard print and hot pink color make it anything but simple, but that’s the beauty of an outfit like this!
I have a beauty question for you. I’ve always had combination skin that of course, varied depending on the season but recently, I’ve noticed that my t-zone is very shiny. I don’t think it’s super oily because I’ve used blotting paper on the areas, but the sheets aren’t picking up that much oil. I’ve tried putting powder on top of the foundation but in a matter of minutes, I’m shiny again. Especially on my nose! What’s wrong? Do I need a different liquid foundation? Better powder? Anyone out there with a similar issue? And what have you found that works? I’d love to hear some suggestions.