MY STYLE: STRIPES AND BELL-SLEEVES

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I know it’s been quite a while since I’ve done an outfit post, but here I am bringing you one! With a little break in between my classes, I decided why not and besides I miss posting outfits on my blog!

Anyway, this past Saturday I had to renew my health card so I decided to take advantage of that and dress up for the photo ops. Haha, I know what you are thinking, but with school, work, and everything else in between, there is seriously no time to get dressed up. However, to my dismay, the health card renewal system was currently down across the province, thus instead of wasting my outfit for the day, my brother and I decided to take a trip to the Art Gallery of Windsor.

For my outfit, I decided to pair this striped bell-sleeves blouse- Β I found miraculously at Marshall’s- with some simple black trousers. There are not enough words to describe how much I love this bell-sleeve top and how comfortable it is! Without over doing it and looking way too formal for my health card photo, I decided to keep the outfit minimal and dark. With that, I paired the outfit with dark booties from H&M and kept my accessories to a minimal.

To add a pop of colour, however, I decided to pair it off with this beige handbag from Aldo! Disclaimer, the pom-poms did not come with the bag. My mom actually purchased them at Michael’s, so if you are looking for pom-poms to spice up your bag, Michael’s will help you out!

Love,

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Outfit Details
Top: Marshall’s
Bottom: Joe Fresh
Booties: H&M
Handbag: Aldo Accessories

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