I really like oversized or long-line shirts; if you don’t believe me you can check out this post or even this one. These shirts are really quite versatile and they are also great for hiding a multitude of sins, like when you have already given up on your new year new you resolution and instead finished all the tins of roses and biscuits that were hanging around the house taunting you. Although, now that they are finally gone, I may be able to commit to healthy eating for more than half a day.
Anyway back to topic, this cute navy, heart print top is from Penneys. In the look above I kept it casual with a white long-line, long sleeve top with lace trim from Vero Moda. Since the heart print top is see-through, you need something underneath it anyway so it might as well be a top with a bit of lace peeking out for added interest.
These long tops from Vero Moda come in loads of variations like long sleeve, thick straps or adjustable spaghetti straps, with or without lace and in an extensive range of colours.
In this look I dressed it up a bit with a sleeveless, navy top with lace trim from Vero Moda. Thinking about it now, a coral or peach Vero Moda top underneath might be better than the navy, so that’s on the shopping list now. This outfit could be a less formal than the dress I showed you on Monday for Valentine’s night.
I finished the look off with a dusky pink blazer from AWear.
The courts are from Penneys.
The boots are Amy Huberman for Bourbon.
The necklace is from New Look.