BR Petite Linen Suit Blazer and BR Petite White Pants

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Blazer: Factory Linen Suit Blazer; Pants: Banana Republic Avalon-Fit Sateen Boy Crop; Tank: J.Crew Factory (try stores) or this one would work too; Similar shoe: Banana Republic Adelia D’Orsay Pump; Sunglasses: Kate Spade New York Retro Sunglasses

This is a look I wore to work last week. I had originally paired it with a blousey tank, but liked the modern feel that this metallic foil tank gave it.

Not surprisingly, I am sticking with a neutral palette of white and grey. I’m really starting to come into my look and, while I like to try new colors on occasion, I always end up favoring a simplistic look: usually black, grey or beige with minimal jewelry.

Over the last few years, my look has matured a lot and I’ve begun to focus heavily on investing in pieces that will (1) outlast the test of time and (2) fit properly. This blazer was a find during our Memorial Day trip to the outlets. It is a petite XXS, with a structured cut hitting right at the hip. The linen fabric is comfortable, light and breathable for wear in the warmer weather. And it’s a nice change up from my darker blazers for wear during the summer months.

What do you guys think about this look? How would wear the white blazer?

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