Styling A Pressed Rose Blouse// BurdaStyle Feb 2014 135B

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Mood FabricHigh Waisted DenimMARC FISHER

Back in March when I posted my sewing plans, I was and still am hooked on the pressed rose color. This top was on my list and I’m happy to share that I’ve completed it successfully.

I’m a sucker for unique details and asymmetrical designs. I’ve wanted to try this pattern for a few years now. It’s has a casual feel and although it’s just a tee, this one elevates your look.

If you’re a sewist, then this is a quick make. There is a few tricky steps, because the pattern isn’t the easiest to grasp while looking at the diagram. I can’t emphasize enough, but you have to trust the instructions and transfer all markings. It will save your sanity.

To complete this look, I’ve added simple jewelry and Marc Fisher sandals. I love how this sandal has injected the bow trend in a really subtle way. It looks like a bow and a petal.

These white jeans from Express is a winner. What makes this my new favorite is that complete whiteout brand patch on the back.

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