Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Loomstate 2 & 3

Loomstate 2 & 3

Loomstate 2 & 3

Loomstate 2 & 3

Loomstate 2 & 3

Loomstate 2 & 3

Loomstate 2 & 3

Continuing to test the many ways this Loomstate tank top can be worn, here are two outfits from this past weekend. One for Saturday dinner at Burger Tap & Shake (yummy!), followed by cocktails at Bourbon. The other for catching up with old friends at Liberty Tavern. Considering the extreme softness and relative wrinkle-freeness, I think it's safe to assume this top would be an ideal piece for a weekend getaway.

(see Look 1 here)

Look 2: 
Ray-Ban sunglasses (c/o ShadesDaddy)
David Yurman necklace with Irish coin pendant given to me by my mother
tank top (c/o) Loomstate 321 (also in mint and yellow)
Zara blazer
Michael Kors watch
ASOS shorts
Jean Michel Cazabat pumps
Boyy bag (old, but newer style here)
Essie nails in 'e-nuf is e-nuf'

Look 3:
Ann Taylor necklace (sold out, but similar here)
tank top c/o Loomstate 321
Zara blazer
Madewell, thrifted, and Lou Lou bangles (similar here)
Michael Kors watch
Maria Bonita Extra belt
Mango jeans
Proenza Schouler pumps
ASOS clutch

17 comments:

Leslie Quiros said...

that clutch.. those bangles.. the color.. all so adorable! love these looks :)

Frannie Pantz said...

I love when bloggers show how versatile a piece can be and you totally hit the nail on the head with this tank. I love all three looks!

janettaylor said...

That hot pink clutch is really perfect!

Natasha Fatah said...

The orange jacket is the best!

xoxo
~Natasha Fatah~
~Natasha Fatah~

Closet Fashionista said...

Wow that tank is so amazing! Both of these looks are perfection! Can I please have all of your blazers... :)
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CP and KW said...

I love that vibrant orange on you! Not everyone can pull off colors like that, but you look AMAZING! And the blazer paired with the shorts? Reminds me of a quote from the movie 'Working Girl'..."I've got a mind for a business and a bod for sin...is there anything wrong with that?" :)

~CP, ladiesinnavy

Ali Hval said...

Your legs go on for miiiiiles, mah goodness.

Creepy-me aside, that bright red-orange blazer is so perfect and classy. These two outfits are quite lovely. You're the queen of colors, I'm pretty sure.

Abbey Brandon said...

The red blazer has such a great structure. The bright colors look great on you! xo

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Alisha said...

I want both of these outfits for my weekend get-a-way this weekend! That orange blazer is so chic. Looks great on you! :)

Annie said...

Drooling over both of these outfits - you look amazing in those blazers! And love love love that orange & pink combo - so fun :)

Annie
The Other Side of Gray

Erika said...

There are truly no words to describe just how incredible you look in both of these outfits! I am just obsessed with your style! That necklace and pink clutch are phenom! :)

Jessica @ Here(and)Now said...

love these outfits... obsessing over your pretty stack of bangles!
xx
Here&Now

A Stylized Hysteria said...

You have the longest legs everrrrr!

Fashion Confessions of a Mommy said...

Great outfits with the blazers. I am loving the colors of the red/black/white with pastel and hot pink. I saved that to my inspiration folder. I bought that hot pink clutch by the way after seeing your post last month!

Daphne.

LyddieGal said...

two gorgeous looks!
i love shorts and blazers, and the pink and red combo rocks!
Chic on the Cheap

Ruta, Look Ugly in a Photograph said...

That second outfit is amazing. I love bright colours, especially that neon clutch. That whole outfit makes me think of summer.

Jin said...

Love both blazer looks...but you look great in anything!

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