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Armani Exchange, Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, J.Crew, and Nordstroms have been some of my favorite places to shop for tops. These places are normally associated with women in their late 20`s and older; a lot of people my age would consider these places their mother shops, but honestly it`s not the clothes that will make you look older, it`s the way you pair them! There are ways to pair specific pieces that might appear a little more business like to make them a little more young and casual.
I absolutely love this top. The best part is that the quality of clothing from Armani Exchange is a lot better than places like Forever 21. Forever 21`s prices have gone up a lot higher compared to when I was in high school, and the quality hasn`t gotten any better. I`d rather buy one top from Armani Exchange than 2 or 3 from Forever 21 that will only last 1-2 seasons.
This top has really nice asymmetrical ruffles, and I like the way the ruffles are positions because it doesn`t make you appear bigger than you care, it drapes really beautifully, and the subtle blue sequins add a little glam to the top without going over the top. A touch of sparkle! There`s also a ribbon the ties in the back and allows you to cinch the top at the waist. I also love how the ruffle starts at the shoulder, it`s a really nice detail.
These would look great for an interview or for work, if you wear it with a pair of gray trousers and blazer or if you tuck it into a suit skirt. For regular days, and going to school, this looks great with a pair of black leggings, a black leather jacket, and some suede wedge booties.
This top was $50 at Armani Exchange, and I originally bought it for that price. My mom thought it wasn`t worth it, and she happened to find it at Marshall`s for $30, which was the weirdest thing because you can never find current styles at a discount place. So I ended up returning the one I got at Armani Exchange, and kept the one my mom got for me at Marshall`s.
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