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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Living Life on the Fringe

Sometimes you come across an article of clothing and you instantly love the cute details that it has to offer.  This Midnight Shift Top from Paige Avenue is one of those for me.


The fringe sleeves and fringe detail on the bottom was one of the first details I fell in love with. Move to the neckline where you have a gorgeous embroidered detail, and I'm completely sold on this top!


Now if you've been following my blog you have probably noticed that I love to have pieces of clothing that can be worn in a variety of ways.  Today I wanted to show you how to style this gorgeous Midnight Shift Top in three different ways!

This first way is simple with jeans and navy blue flats that match the top. It is perfect for running errands, but still looking trendy!



Shop This Look: Midnight Shift Top || Flats || Jeans (similar)

The second look is more classy by adding white jeans and a pair of high heeled boots.  I pulled my hair back into a low updo as well to help add to the look.  This look is perfect for date night!



Shop This Look: Midnight Shift Top || Boots || Bracelet (not on the website)

The last look is a great option for wearing this short sleeve tunic when it is cold (like I am here in Utah).  I put on a pair of black jeans, added some brown boots to keep my feet warm, and there you go, a great outfit to stay warm and cute! I love the pop of color from the purse as well that contrasts with the color from the embroidery.



Shop This Look: Midnight Shift Top || Black Jeans || Boots || Bracelet (not on website)

You can head over to Paige Avenue now to get it for yourself by using my discount code "teachshoplove20" for 20% off your order! I'd love to hear which look was your favorite in the comments below!

Disclaimer: I received this Midnight Shift Top to review from Paige Avenue.  All opinions are mine alone. I would never recommend a product to my readers that I didn't truly love and use myself.

2 comments:

  1. White threaded jeans were popular circa 2009. your white jeans are too big around the ankle to look cute cuffed with the boots. black and brown never ever match. i used to love your style. this is horrendous.

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    1. Thanks for your comment! Sorry you didn't like it the way that I did! I appreciate your insights. :)

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