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Blogger Fashion: 1 Striped Shirt – 5 Ways

Welcome to the first post of a fun new Blogger Fashion series which features the lovely Alex of SF Shop Girl, Julia of Once Upon A Blog, Bethann of Beth Animal Print & Cara of Cara’s Cliché.

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Tell me the truth… Is there anything better than buying a new piece and discovering that it’s incredibly versatile and goes with everything in your wardrobe? Well today’s Blogger Fashion post is all about multitasking – Today we’re sharing five different ways to wear this great striped blouse for Spring.

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{You can shop similar pieces by clicking these hyperlinks: Striped Top – Zara, Pleated Skirt – Zara, Clutch – Gigi New York, Heels – JustFab & Necklace – JustFab}

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{Check out outtakes from this shoot here – Just log into Facebook to view}

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{Photos by Jennymay Villarete of J. Villarete Photography & Makeup by Michael Bondi}

When I first saw this shirt I knew it needed some color. My initial instinct was to tuck it into this green skater skirt but ultimately I decided to make it more of a nighttime look and paired it with this great mint green clutch & yellow animal print heels.

So tell me, how would YOU wear this striped blouse?

Stay tuned for the next post in our Blogger Fashion series and don’t forget to check out the fabulous blogs listed above!

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Looks of the Week

Let’s start out this week’s Looks of the Week post with a fun Style Stalker piece from WhoWhatWear on Erika Bearman, otherwise known as The Oscar PR Girl. She’s an Oscar de la Renta insider and one of the premier voices in the online fashion community, with killer style, as you can see below.

Tres chic, non?

Very nearly speechless. That coat is PHENOMENAL. And on top of that she paired it with an adorable green handbag and killer blue velvet sandals. Absolute perfection!

So. Cute.

I love everything here – The chic but fun & girly gingham dress, the tan trench, the gorgeous Celine handbag, and the classic gold jewelry.

This tropical print wrap skirt from Zara is fabulous, and I love that she paired it with a simple white tee to keep the look low-key and perfect for Summer.

I love the way that Anna dello Russo styled this chic little Moschino dress – The bangles are gorgeous and those ankle strap nude & gold pumps are pretty darn cute.

If this adorable white mod-inspired dress looks familiar it’s because I featured Alexa Chung in the same piece a few weeks ago – Looks of the Week. Which look do you prefer, Alexa’s red carpet glam take or Anna’s more casual summertime style?

I’m not sure if I can pick just one – I love Alexa’s flamingo clutch ADR’s jewelry is the perfect finishing touch…

I love that the black skirt, wide-brimmed hat, and buckle-adorned boots give this look some edge and a fun, rock n’ roll vibe, keeping the floral button down from turning it in to a sweet, romantic look.

This is such an amazing combination of pieces that only an expert like Be Frassy could put together, I love how it all comes together to create a fun, sassy look.

Cute cute cute. This sleeveless white blouse looks clean and crisp despite the NYC heat, this is definitely a great way to keep cool this Summer.

And why not finish up this Looks of the Week post with a couple of my favorite looks from Comic-Con this past weekend? Don’t mind if I do…

Can you picture anything more adorably perfect for Comic-Con than this 3.1 Phillip Lim top? Cute, funky, and fun. She looks fabulous and appropriate.

It’s a tough job but somebody’s got to dress up as a kick @$$ superhero girl for Comic-Con. Must have? Skin-tight leather pants!

Boondock Saints is one of my all-time favorite movies and since I’ve had a massive crush on Norman Reedus since college I just HAD to include his sexy Comic-Con look here. Swoon.

I absolutely adored this look, the fun colors and youthful silhouette make it a great superhero-esque outfit.

What’s your favorite look here? Are you still living in warm weather clothes?

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