As you’re reading this, I’m sure another button has fallen off. Making it impossible for me to wear this shirt. Mango managed to piss me off a bit, because buttons keep falling off this silk shirt. Just for these pictures alone, 3 of them fell off. As I’m writing this, another one literally fell onto the ground (can they hear me?). Then again, I have a soft spot for a beautiful silk shirt, if you remember.
Other than that, this could be one of my favorite outfits. It hits all my soft spots; shows my legs, elegant enough for a soirée, pairs nicely with a linen blazer, feels like a PJ. Catchiiiiiing. Anything else is just a bonus, like a good hair day and the perfect setting. You’ve seen this background before, and I’m not afraid to show it. I recently discovered a new food spot that’s right there — which I’ve been to 4 times in April. And another in May.
But back to the outfit, prepare to see it often here. Because when I like an outfit, I tend to wear it over and over again. Pending on the buttons issue of course. I’m taking myself this week to a button shop I’ve been to before in Manhattan. I was there for two of my final projects a couple of months ago, and it’s just a dreamy place. If you love buttons, you’ll understand why. Then, I just have to learn how to sow and voilá. You know what they say. When life gives you buttons, learn how to sew them.
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