Mixing two of my favorite colors, black and blush, today. You many remember when I last wore this tulle skirt here, which I also paired with black (surprise, surprise). With a need to pull it out of my closet again, I added a fun black tank to give it an everyday look. You all know that there is nothing I love more (well... maybe an off-the-shoulder top) than a classic item with a twist. A pencil skirt with an asymmetrical hem, a button down with bell sleeves, or in this case, a basic black tank with open sides. This top is from a french brand called Diab'less, which does an amazing job at adding fun twists to classic pieces. I've actually owned this top for a few years now, so it's not longer available, but I found some great alternatives and linked them below, such as this tank with cut out sides, and this tie front tank.
Because the open sides on my tank revealed a little too much skin, and I'm not one to show side boob, I layered it with this bralette which added a pretty pop of lace. Bralettes and bandeaus are my go-to items in the summer. They make a perfect solution for those pieces you want to wear that may be cut too low or are a tad too revealing. Not to mention the lace adds a pretty touch.
Top: Diab'less| Skirt c/o Chicwish| Bralette: Free People| Wedges: Kenneth Cole (similar here and here)| Clutch: GiGi New York| Sunnies: BP| Necklaces: Sarah Chloe (here and here), similar long necklace here | Bracelets: Vita Fede (here, here, and here)
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