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Blazer – Cinq à Sept // size 00 // ON SALE (also here & here)
Tee – Uniqlo // size xs
Jeans – Frame “Le Pixie” // size 25
Boots – Marc Fisher // size 5 // (super similar)
Earrings – Dannijo // (vintage lovelies) (Drama!)
Brooch – Dylanlex
Jewelry – Vintage/No Brand
⎯ Exact Pieces ⎯
⎯ Outfit Notes ⎯
Cinq à Sept Blazer – The shoulder runs wider than on other blazers I usually share on here. Normally that’s a deal breaker for me, but the look is pleasantly boyfriend-y and I like it. Also, the sleeves come pre-scrunched so you don’t have to fiddle with them for the perfect casual pushed-up look. This is definitely more of a “fashion” blazer than a classic, but if blazers make up a large portion of your personal style (as they do for me), then it may make a fun addition for something quirky and interesting.
There’s a matching pant but I don’t trust it to work on me (can’t shorten the hem without having to totally rework the bottom details), but if you’re taller than me, it would make a fun and stylish suit. Or add a graphic tee, leather jacket, and boots to them for another cool look.
Frame “Le Pixie” Jeans – Just a reminder that any Frame denim labeled “Le Pixie” denotes a petite fit. I’ve been loving these crop mini boots, but there are different fits too (here & here).