April 24, 2012

Just a quick one before I head off to work!  I am feeling very nautical today in my navy  midi skirt and orange & white striped top!  I think this is a good example of how there doesn’t have to be a lot of fuss that goes into a good work-wear look, especially when using classic pieces.

Shirt: H&M (in store now) | Skirt: J. Crew (check your stores – mine was only $40) | Necklace: Mae Badiyan

Shoes: Nine West (old) | Belt:  Taken off ShopBop dress (old)

  • Penny Pincher Fashion

    Love this cute & classic look – perfectly simple! :)

  • Sarah

    Cuteee! I almost bought that shirt at H&M the other day! Striped and orange has my name all over it!

  • babs

    I was just thinking this morning that I was hoping to see a no-muss work outfit! Very cute!

  • Miranda {onestylishdayatatime}

    Loving this look – so classic!

  • Landi

    Loving this whole ensemble! Totally digging the nautical style these days! Your shoes are to die for!

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  • Alexa

    Love that skirt paired with the striped shirt! So so pretty!

  • Sarah {HIgh Styling}

    Love this, so classic and chic!

  • Liz (26 and Counting

    I really love this! I’m a sucker for stripes and skirts so this right up my alley.

  • Jaclyn

    This is such a pretty outfit, I love the flowing skirt paired with your stripes.

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  • Gaby [The Vault Files]

    Absolutely love it!

  • Annie

    What a gorgeous outfit. LOVE that skirt – it looks so pretty on you, and those shoes are very fabulous :)

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  • Alison H

    You look beautiful…and you know how I covet those shoes!!!

  • angie

    I love how the skirt flows and the shoes are super great.

  • Meera

    This outfit is gorgeous! I love the combination of the skirt and that amazing top.


  • Erica

    I love the nautical look. It’s simply timeless…

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