Floral Ruffle Top & Navy Blazer


Happy almost weekend, friends! Don’t you just love these short weeks? Today I am sharing two of my favorite pieces from cabi’s new spring collection and I couldn’t be more thrilled. If you aren’t already excited about the new season ahead, this floral ruffle blouse and navy blazer are sure to get you in the mood!

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Floral Ruffle Blouse & Navy Blazer: cabi c/o | Jeans: Current/Elliott | Monogrammed Clutch: Mark & Graham {suede version HERE} | Shoes: Ivanka Trump | Sunglasses: Karen Walker | Earrings: Kate Spade | Lipstick: Snob & Turkish Delight

Don’t you just love when a piece of clothing “calls your name”. That might sound a little crazy, but can anyone else relate? We all strive to find that piece of clothing that is the epitome of our style. Whether it be a jacket, a pair of jeans, an accessory, or in my case, a top. I’m always a sucker for a good floral print, but add pink and specks of gold with a ruffle around the top, you pretty much have my ideal top. And although you can’t see it from these pictures {it’s been warm, but not quite that warm yet!} this top is actually a cold shoulder style. Hold. The. Phone. The exposed shoulder with the draping just makes this top all the better. Needless to say, I cannot wait to style it with white jeans and my hot pink high heels once the temperatures get a little warmer. 

Since it is still February, I paired this fabulous top with the classic, with a hint of fun, navy blazer. Navy blazers are one of my go-to layers as we transition to spring — I also love styling the blazer with a colored pair of jeans or even dressed up for work. And although this blazer is a classic, I love the element of fun: striped ribbed cuffs! This unexpected detail makes the blazer anything but ordinary, yet it still gives off that classic vibe.

To complete the look, I went with my hot pink monogrammed clutch {because I carry it just about every chance I get!} and THESE gold smoking slippers. I instantly became obsessed with these when I first saw them online — they are also available in hot pink, royal blue, black and a bright chili color — and knew that I had to have them. It was tough to pass on the pink, but I have quite a few pairs of pink flats and figured the gold was more of a neutral and would go with more things in my closet. Originally, I was concerned about the width — I have a wider foot and the toe box looked SUPER pointy. But, I’m happy to report that they are true to size and no width issues here. These flats are quickly becoming a favorite in my closet — I wore them twice over last weekend!

I hope you all have a great weekend! Any fun plans? See you back here on Monday!


27 thoughts on “Floral Ruffle Top & Navy Blazer

  1. What instantly caught my eye were those striped ribbed cuffs, what a beautiful contrast to the florals, pattern mixing made easy! This has got to be one of my favorite outfits of yours, I simply love everything about it. From the sophistication of the blazer to the playfulness of the blouse (I love the sound of the cold shoulder detail!) and the addition of the pink clutch! You look, beautiful, girlie! Thanks so much for sharing, beauty, and I hope you're having a great day so far and have a wonderful weekend ahead!



  2. These photographs are stunning. I hear you on the big snuggly bear hug coats – I have one in my collection but am desperate to add more. It makes going outside that tiny bit less daunting. Never really looked into the Cambridge Satchel Company but having scrolled through their site inspired by your gorgeous bag, it now has a wish list dedicated entirely to it. For me, when the weather is dreary and life gets hard I like to throw myself into my blog. I know it’s cliche but it’s my escape, and it’s seen me through the good times and the bad. Failing that, there’s always Breakfast At Tiffany’s and a cup of tea.UpdateLand

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