Mountain Chic

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The afternoon was soft, crisp and cool, with a lot of summer left in it.  But the chill in the wind hinted at fall, and golden aspen leaves crunched underfoot.  The occasion invited long sleeves – albeit delicate ones – for the first time in months.  For drinks that evening, she and her friends could sit on the patio, enjoying the last days of rosé weather.  The evening called for a delicate, pretty shirt, in her favorite neutral: navy.  Paired with flares, a funky vintage fox buckle, and siren-red lips, the look was classy and cool, with a little funk – just the vibe for a fall season obsessed with the 70’s, jewel tones and Neo-Victorian nods.  In a month or so, she’d top the blouse with a statement leather coat or fur shrug, but tonight – tonight it was still mostly summer.

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The event: Happy hour drinks

The shirt: Veronica Beard Tobie Blouse

Worn with: Paige Hidden Hills Denim, vintage belt buckle found on Etsy, Frye boots

The lip: Sisley Ruby Red

The fragrance: Givenchy Dahlia Divin

4 thoughts on “A Pretty Shirt Story.

  1. JAMES M JOYCE M says:

    Awesome shirt and nice write- up. You look really great Lissa. j

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  2. Lacey says:

    I love this top! Such pretty details!!

    xo Lacey
    http://www.myboringcloset.com

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  3. Mary says:

    Please keep blogging, lissa!

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  4. ~ carmen ~ says:

    I really love the shirt but I especially adore the buckle. How cool is it that?! You can’t go wrong with the 70s vibe. :]

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