Pumps: Christian Louboutin (black and nude here)
This fall, snakeskin is a big trend and this Equipment top is a recent addition to my wardrobe. My closet is full of animal prints, especially leopard items. When choosing my animal printed items, I veer towards a classic silhouette, and a sophisticated pattern. Animal prints can look inexpensive, so opt for nice fabrics such as silk and simple shapes. Some of my leopard items are 7 years old and they still look current. Equipment tops are expensive however the classic button down, silk fabric, and quality fit makes them worth the cost. This top will look great with my faux leather leggings, pencil skirt and jeans.
I recently went to a breakfast introducing me to Style.ly. After the breakfast and using it for one day only, I had to share the site. A way to buy and sell your merchandise without all the high costs; there is zero cost to sellers and buyers pay a small fee depending on the item they purchase. Seriously easy to use, it took me less than a minute to upload. I typically sell my items on my blog page, Shop my closet. Yesterday I posted some items on Style.ly and in less than a day I sold my alice+olivia top! For those of you cleaning out your closet definitely try Style.ly.
Happy Friday/weekend! Thanks for reading and check back for the #2 Nordstrom Rack look.