Want & Have Outfit: No. 16

  

Black is always a fantastic idea in the winter, but I’ve found some simple, chic ways to dress it up, and this month, save some money. With new spring collections becoming available on February 1st, Reiss has slashed prices even further starting today – some items by 70%.  I couldn’t help myself as I now own their Eloise black tie front blouse. Very much oversized and blousy, it is perfect with slim-fitting jeans, trousers or a pencil skirt. Easy to dress up or down, I decided to style it for a weekend with bright matchstick denim from J.Crew (also on sale!), a classic black suede pump and a beautiful leopard tote that is drastically reduced.

By adding one trendy item that doesn’t break the bank, the other quality items shine even brighter and are subtly changed from season to season based on the ever-changing fashion trends and preferences.

~HAVE~

~Reiss Eloise tie front blouse (on sale $98)~

~WANT~

~J.Crew Matchstick jean in garment-dyed denim (on sale $50)~

~J.Crew Tortoise and Brass link bracelet~

~Reiss Frieda black double collar jacket (on sale $310)~

~Kate Spade New York ‘licorice too’ suede pump~

~Milly Harper calf hair tote (on sale!)~

 

~SHOP THIS LOOK:


Comments

  1. I’ve been a huge fan of your blog for a long time Shannon – I absolutely love your posts and look forward them every week.

    I just started my own blog as one of my resolutions for 2013, and I wanted to let you know that you are one of my blog inspirations! I’ve already listed your blog as one that I follow on my own.

    Keep posting great stuff :)

    here’s the link to mine if you want to check it out!
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  2. Love the black with the pop of green. I have lots of black that I would like to brighten up during these grey January days.

  3. I really love this! Classic twist to colored denim.

  4. nice pick! I recently came across your pinterest. i would pretty much wear everything on your styles inspiration board!

    –Sania
    zkbyzak.com

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