>Yesterday I did a post on tie neck shirts and how chic and versatile they are. So today, I wanted to share with you a few looks from a tie neck shirt I recently got on sale. The goal is to show you how to incorporate the tie neck look into your wardrobe so you can have less mornings stressing over what to wear. I know I need those easy get dressed mornings myself.
Checkout my looks
This look is my absolute favorite. It’s for those days when you feel like going the extra mile when it comes to putting looks together. This look would be great for blogger events or for work. I love this double breasted cropped jacket because it’s 3 years old but it still looks new. I think it offers a nice proportion for my shape. I fell in love with this skirt during a shopping trip 2 weeks ago to Forever21 store. I bought it a size bigger just so the draping could be seen more. This skirt is amazing in so many ways. I threw in my fave leopard print pumps from Michael Kors because I wanted to add another interesting element. Although some black suede 4 inch heels would be perfect with this too.
This look is my 2nd fave because I think it’s perfect for the weekend when I meet my friends or sister for lunch or if I’m just going to the movies. It’s casual yet it’s still cute. I got this sweater which is so comfortable and soft from Nordstrom’s which is doing a new plus size line. they sent it to me to try it out and it is one of my new fave Fall pieces.
For my final look, I thought the tie neck shirt would be a great option for the office. I love how the tie peaks out from the trench and the trousers add another level of chicness. Yo can easily change up the belt for a different look. I added my Sally Jesse Raphael glasses because some days I feel like getting my geek on.
Outfit breakdown: Trench-Old Navy, Trousers-Loft, Shoes-Carlos Santana, Earrings-Call It Spring Shoes, Ring-The Limited (gifted)
The tie neck top is from NY&Co. I caught it on sale yesterday for $14.99. It’s still available. Also, the shirt is very loose so I bought a large. I could have even gone for a medium because the cut was so big.