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Pink Camisole Layered over Striped Top

When getting dressed for the day do you ever have a sudden thought of mixing together a few unexpected items? That's what happened with this outfit; lately I have been layering this Banana Republic top under dresses (such as this one) and camisoles, and it's getting me so excited for cooler weather; It layers well with everything!

Of course, my initial reaction was to go out and buy all the striped shirts and layer them under all the things.But fashion, or rather style doesn't work that way though, does it? There's a magical formula of pairing and layering that only works if one or two items remain consistent, and somehow through it's unlimited potential, there are limits.

Take the winged eyeliner look for example. Simple. Chic. Timeless. But arguably only those adjectives if done in the traditional black. Start creating winged eyeliner looks in neon pink, and we will have an entirely different look on our hands. There's a formula that must be followed to keep the look timeless.

It was through that realization that this shirt became my one favorite items in my closet. It's seemingly endless versatility - the ability to layer it under sweater dresses, sporty dresses, and this camisole, has made it a shape-shifter of possibility. However it is the limitations (I mean, I can't wear it every single day) that keep it precious and exciting to wear. That's a lot to be said for a simple striped top! To see how I last styled this shirt, click over to see my Banana Republic outfit post. And speaking of favorites - have you gotten your feet into a pair of Rockport Total Motion pumps yet?! Life changing - the soles are so well padded that you'd swear you were wearing a pair of house slippers. I'm not kidding. They come in flats too!

Rockport Total Motion T-Strap Pumps

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