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Blazer dressed down with a Berkeley, California tee 



At first, I was not sure if this combination was going to work: a blazer and and logo tee . . .  blazers are usually used for important sophisticated matters and logo tees are no very sophisticated . . . However, I ended up liking my unimportant, relaxed look because it gave shape to a new sweater that can be worn in different fashions. Since, in the beginning, I was unsure of this outfit I stuck with classic pieces i.e the black jeans and versatile booties because it would help if the outfit went a little crazy and if I had no time to change. Seeing that this was going well, I added the statement necklace and a snakeskin crossbody turned clutch to add color and embrace the juxtaposition of the outfit. Of course I sported my curly locks and they were looking pretty good which was a pleasant addition to the ensemble. What are we thinking of this combo? Go for a blazer turned sweater like clothing or keep it as a business piece? Share your thoughts!
xoox,
Danielle 

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photos by Amanda Llaneza

Blazer: LAUREN CONRAD ( similar HERE)
Pants: EXPRESS
Shirt: ZARA (not quite similar but ones that I like HERE)
Necklace: OLD NAVY
Boots: SAM EDELMAN
Bag: ZARA
Bracelets: EXPRESS, GAP