Necklace (similar here), Blazer by Forever21 (similar here), Blouse by J. Crew (similar here), Shoes by Sole Society, Shorts by Forever 21 (similar here), Vintage Purse (similar here), Bracelet by Charming Charlie (similar here), Watch by Michael Kors, Belt by ASOS (similar here)
Elizabeth is new to Food Fashion and Fun but no stranger to blogs as she has her own successful style blog, A Keene Sense of Style. I’ve been following her because she couldn’t be more opposite. Always pulled together and professional. Most of her outfits are perfect for the office. I tend to be a little more casual which is why I admire her so. She’s also the nicest person I’ve ever met.
Elizabeth has a similar outlook on fashion as myself. Mix up the high and low. Her blazer is from Forever 21 but she pairs it with a vintage bag. I love how she paired the printed blazer with neutrals. It really lets the blue print stand out. The pastels are also perfect for spring. Two birds. One stone.
I remember my grandmother wearing floral prints back in the ’80s. Well, these are not your grandma’s florals! The pattern has definitely been updated and the look is awesome. Are you going to wear this trend?
(Clockwise from upper left) Target Floral Pencil Skirt $22.99, Target Stripe/Floral (reversible) Stretch Belt $19.99, Old Navy Scarf $12.95, BB Dakota Floral Blouse $69, GAP Floral Embossed Belt $39.99, J. Crew Floral-Stripe T $49.50, Prabal Gurung for Target Dress $49.99