Les Fleurs

I always pop into Loft when I’m at the mall to see their new arrivals. The salesgirl who came up to say hi was wearing the prettiest tank top which I was happy to find out was still available in the store.


Tank Top: Loft

The whole tank top is covered by flowers; the front has bigger flowers



 while the back is covered in smaller flowers



and the top of the back has a pretty button detail



Blazer: Costa Blanca (old) similar here | Jeans: Zara (old) similar here | Shoes: Jcrew Factory | Necklace: Jcrew Factory

I wore the tank top this past weekend and I paired it with a black blazer and a pair of ripped boyfriend jeans. I loved how it all looked together. The blazer gives it a more polished look while the ripped jeans creates a juxtaposition with their casualness and the shoes add to the femininity of the tank top.



Shoes: Target (old) similar here | Jeans: Rag&Bone

Pairing the tank top with a pair of darker jeans and letting the top speak for itself is a great way to wear it for a night out. Worn with wedge pumps, the tank top is special enough to wear on its own.



Denim Jacket: Gap | Pants: Gap (old) similar here | Shoes: Target | Necklace: Jcrew Factory

While the first two styles for the tank top were a bit on the dressier side, the top is definitely versatile enough to be dressed down and made more day appropriate. Paired with green khakis, a denim jacket and espadrilles, the outfit is comfortable, casual and super cute.



Jeans: Zara (old) similar here | Sandals: Zara (old) similar here

Wearing the tank top alone, with no jacket or blazer again but paired with a lighter pair of jeans and pretty sandals is a great summer night out outfit that I definitely can’t wait to take advantage of.



Blazer: Forever 21 (old) similar here | Jeans: Joe Fresh | Shoes: Chinese Laundry (old) similar here

 And finally pairing it with a lighter colored blazer, light boyfriend jeans and black d’orsay flats is a different take on wearing it with a blazer like in the first photo.