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Inspired by Blazers . . . or Vests, or the Classic Trench Coat

May 02, 2012

French-Secret of the week  (If you forgot here is the link to previous post)

This is where I get my inspiration . . .
Blazer Jewelry

Simply inspired! I love the necklace, red lipstick and the clutch, not to mention the shirt with the polka dot lined cuffs! The accessories are worn with a beautifully fitting beige jacket, the sleeves pulled up and the shirt cuffs turned over to make their statement. The result is a classic look that is made modern and elegant.

Blazer layers3

Layers are what makes this combination look so great. Jeans, beige shirt, beige jacket, a bold necklace, bracelets, a bold handbag, and great sunglasses! Thank goodness she didn’t stop before she added the last detail or it may not have been so spectacular.

Layers jeans necklace

So casual it almost looks thrown together, but that just doesn’t happen.

 

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It is the attention to detail and the layers that I like.

 

RainCoat

Elegance is what comes to mind with this look. A black tee shirt, a pair of white pants, a classic beige trench coat and those great sunglasses are perfect. These are your basics and no place to skimp.

 

Are you like me, do you love looking at great style for inspiration?

 

Links to all images

Beige Blazer with polka dots  Fashion by Yeba
Layered Look with bold Necklace Saucy Glossie
Sweater over White Shirt with Black piping J Crew
Blue Blazer with Jeans J Crew
Off white Blazer M. Sherman’s photostream
Green Blazer  Sunshine Daydream
Salmon color Blazer Indulgy
Beige Trench Coat J Crew

 

 

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