Can't we all use a little inspiration sometimes? I cant even count the times I've been shopping with my sister when I've said, "this is cute, but how can I wear this", or...better yet, "where will I wear this"? I know I'm not alone here. Have you said that too? Okay, good, I'm not alone. So, as I was at a party, wearing the fabulous Soak Up The Sun Peasant Top, I hear, this looks so good on you but how can "I" wear it. Because I hear this often (and have said this often), I thought it was appropriate to write a short post on three ways to style our favorite, best-selling Peasant top (available in white and marigold).
#1 With Trousers
We love this top tucked into our Inland Sashed CropTrousers. Not only are the trousers amazingly comfortable, but the total look is chic and simple.
Not a fan of tucking your blouse in? No worries, we have some gorgeous trousers that pair perfectly with this blouse worn un-tucked. In fact, we love this peasant top paired with our grey Nic + Zoe Cropped Wonderstretch Trousers. Smooth, clean lines, and effortlessly chic.
#2 With Jeans
The bright marigold color looks amazing when paired with our Level 99 Lily Crop denim as well as our Connie High Rise with Zippers. Both are fabulous, but provide a different look. The Lily Crop denim have a relaxed fit and the Connie High Rise with Zippers are skinny. Both polished chic, however, two different looks.
Spice up the marigold top by adding a pop of color. I LOVE pairing this top with a chunky turquoise necklace.
#3 With a Maxi Skirt
Can you say "Hawaii 5-0"? We love, love, LOVE this top paired with a fabulous maxi skirt. The Haole Wrap Maxi Skirt is just the ticket, but any maxi skirt will certainly do. Tuck it in for a more structured look or for a more casual and beachy vibe, wear this blouse un-tucked. Either way, you will sure turn heads in this ensemble.
Hope this provides you with some inspiration for this great top. Also, keep in mind that this top can be worn as a "ballet neck" in addition to off the shoulder. So...it's two tops in one!