How to Rework Your Old Blue and White Blouse for Spring

I’m all about refurbishing older pieces in my wardrobe to play with the times and the trends of today. I found this older blouse from American Eagle in my closet and I figured I would try to rework it for spring, read on for my tips below.how-to-rework-your-old-blouses-for-springhow-to-rework-your-old-blouses-for-springhow-to-rework-your-old-blouses-for-springhow-to-rework-your-old-blouses-for-springI love how long this blouse is because there are so many different ways to wear it and because wearing your blouses off the shoulder is so in right now, I wanted to give it a go. I love the way it pairs with my skirt because it’s the perfect style, not too long and not too short, so I can easily tuck it into the skirt. I also like the look of wearing this top off of one shoulder instead of two, I just think it adds a unique perspective to this outfit. Another thing you could do to jazz up this outfit idea is to pair it with a belt, did you catch my recent accessories post here? I’m all about elevating my looks by changing up my accessories lately.how-to-rework-your-old-blouses-for-spring how-to-rework-your-old-blouses-for-springhow-to-rework-your-old-blouses-for-springblue-and-white-striped-blouse-trend-for-springhow-to-rework-your-old-blouses-for-springhow-to-rework-your-old-blouses-for-springhow-to-rework-your-old-blouses-for-springI was toying around with the idea of pairing this look with my floral pumps seen in this post here, but I love the way a neutral pair elongates your legs. Of course, my trusty Hieleven bucket bag came in handy once again. For this look, I think it’s nice to leave your accessories in a neutral tone.how-to-rework-your-old-blouses-for-springhow-to-rework-your-old-blouses-for-springHow do you rework your old blouses for the new season?

Shirt: American Eagle (similar) | Skirt: Dynamite (similar) | Shoes: c/o AMIClubwear | Sunglasses: Rayban | Bag: c/o Hieleven |

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2 Comments

    • krystin_tysire@hotmail.com
      April 11, 2017 / 10:10 pm

      Thank you so much, Lyndi!

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