From Date Night to Brunch: Exactly What to Wear This Weekend
We should call this post, “One chambray shirt, three cute outfits.” It seems as though stars have been stepping out almost exclusively in the denim staple lately, and since we know you already have this versatile Bella Dahl top (if not, you should nab one with our exclusive discount), we wanted to show you some fun warm-weather ways to wear it — from a night out on Saturday all the way to work on Monday.
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Saturday night: It’s hard to make denim-on-denim look chic (and not give off “going to the rodeo” vibes). But Miranda Kerr has mastered the trend in her Isabel Marant shorts with a light-wash chambray topper and sparkly flats, for an outfit that’s perfect for dinner with friends or a low-key date night (since there’s no guy alive who doesn’t drool over cutoffs). Check out this awesome DL1961 pair, then add ballet flats like these from Yosi Samra, or add some height with a fun colorful wedge like this pair by Nine West ($62.79).
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Brunch: The Hangover: Part III actress is definitely bringing her fashion A-Game lately. (You may remember she made our round up last week.) And we definitely plan to recreate her latest summer-friendly look — crochet tap pants, a tie-font denim top and warm-weather appropriate desert boots. Get the look with these bottoms from Nordstrom ($48) and a pair of these Dolce Vita ankle boots, now 50% off! As for accessories, there’s no need to get the look for less; Jamie’s long beaded tassel necklace is only $19.50 at Loft!
Monday morning: We know — not everyone can show up to work in a denim top. But with the right fit (and a great, business-appropriate skirt), we think denim can work in most office atmospheres. Reese Witherspoon’s printed skirt and chambray shirt combo has “ideal Monday a.m. outfit” written all over it. Try out the actress’s look with a skirt like this candy-striped number by Asos ($61.09). It’s a great length, and you’ll really impress everyone with your sartorial skills if you pair it with a chic button-down (two editors in our office love this one from J. Crew.). If a shorter hemline is acceptable in your work environment, we’re loving this tribal print mini from Zara ($49.99). Then just add a ladylike pair of neutral heels and you’ll be starting the week off on a high note.
Tell us: Which outfit(s) will you try this weekend?