J.Crew Factory Striped Sleeveless Blouse

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J.Crew Factory Striped Sleeveless Blouse | GAP White Jeans | Rebecca Minkoff Mini Mac Handbag | Banana Republic D’Orsay Pump | J.Crew Factory Earrings (not online, check stores)

I adore this striped sleeveless blouse from J.Crew Factory. The longer cut is exceptionally flattering for wearing with a skinny leg pant, like these white denim jeans, or tucked into a pencil or full skirt (which I’m looking forward to doing as well!). You know J.Crew Factory is constantly running promotions, so hold out for a good one before pulling the trigger. But I love it because of its structure. The hidden buttons are chic and clean looking. This is a great blouse for work, and one I’ll own forever.

I am also in love with these electric blue pumps from Banana Republic. I’ve worn them multiple times already, to a wedding and to work. Of course, when I wore them to work I was serenaded with Elvis’s Blue Suede Shoes numerous times throughout the day. That’s okay with me though. They are so pretty, they deserve to be serenaded. 🙂

What do you guys think!?

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Lauren is the creator of the lifestyle blog, Wellesley & King. Like many modern women, she aims to balance her busy career and personal life with style and grace. Wellesley & King is devoted to providing inspiration to modern women everywhere, looking to bring simple and attainable style to all areas of their busy lives. Welcome!

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