Same Blazer: Two Different Looks



One of the things I am always interested in diversifying pieces. If you are anything like me you do not have much money to spend on a full new wardrobe every season. And have thousands of garments to wear for a full season in your closet. I am sorry I am not a blogger that can afford every piece of clothing I come by and want.  For me, I like pieces that I can wear over and over again and save and wear next year too.

In the first outfit, I paired this turquoise blazer with a polka dot blouse and some high waisted jeans. Adding some leather ballet flats. You can substitute the jeans for a pair of grey pants for a work attire look. With the jeans, it has a great night on the town look.

In the second look, I paired the blazer with a form-fitting arrow print dress, white canvas sneakers, and nude tights (for the cold weather).  If you want to add different shoes and make it acceptable for work you can do that too. The way I dress it up you can wear it for going out and running errands this fall or an afternoon lunch with people.

Now I know I have worn this arrow print dress for you before but I think it is great showing you different outfits for the same thing. Diversifying pieces is the way to go when you want to get more mileage out of your clothes.

Love you all,


In this shoot*

Blazer by Torrid

Polka Dot Blouse by Torrid

Jeans by Torrid

Dress by LuLaRoe

Ballet Flats by Lucky Brand

White Canvas Sneakers by Sperry


Published by Valerie Pantalone

Artists living in the suburbs of Philadelphia on the New Jersey side of town. Graduated Rowan University College of Art and Design in photography. She's been photographing and painting for over a decade now.

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