I think that the flower in this top is a daisy, if perhaps, a bit abstract. Not that I care because I love it anyway. It’s a silly little top, but the type I look for all the time. A looser fitting cami, that has some unique detailing or pattern, that I can use as the under layer with a cardigan or jacket. I found this one a couple of years ago in the junior’s section at Kohl’s.
Besides the daisy print, this top has a bit of lace trim at the neckline and a wispy, ruffle type peplum at the bottom. I often browse through the junior’s sections in department stores looking for tops like this one that can be deemed ‘ageless’ and are a match to my personal style.
This is one of my go-to warm weather work outfits for when I want to dress like I mean business but do it my way. The skirt and cardigan are basics that I wear often (exhibit 1 and exhibit 2) but this is the first time I’m sporting these yellow patent-leather peep-toe pumps on the blog. I bought them a few years ago when daytime patent-leather was trending and because of the unique look of the heel.
Finishing the look is my trusty faux ostrich work tote, a floral pendant necklace, and a gold-tone cuff bracelet.
Now, onto the link-up. Back in May, I rolled out Up Down All-Around as my new weekly link-up and Powers The Flower became a monthly one. My original idea was to eventually have four different monthly link-ups that would roll out on a rotating basis each week (I hope you understood that description) but I’ve realized this may be confusing to my readers. So instead, I’m relaunching the weekly link-up with a new name, Fine-Whatever, and with a rotation of themes associated with each Saturday of the month. There is more on this week’s theme at the end of the post.
My featured contributor from last week’s link-up is Eve at The World According To Eve. Eve isn’t an ‘over 40’ blogger but she is a lovely young woman with a unique style and one of my ‘sisters’ from last week’s Project Sister Act: Bared Shoulder post.
Is there a signature element to your style that’s as fresh as a daisy? Or is your wardrobe in a rut and pushing up daisies? Do you venture into stores and departments to see what might work for you or do you stay with only the tried and true retailers?
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Here’s a collection of floral tops and yellow shoes you can use to freshen up your look.