Summer’s Last Meow

•• Office Appropriate Outfits - Fall

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Top – Old Navy | Pants – The Limited | Necklace – J. Crew via Poshmark | Shoes – Unisa via 6pm.com

Yesterday seemed like one last hurrah for summer (although, you never know in Chicago) so I wore sleeveless and sandals.  And white.  Although these pants are a bit more of a “winter white” than stark white so I think they transcend the calendar.

In fact, I wore a very similar outfit in June but I recently purchased this pink and gold J. Crew necklace and I think the different accessory paired with a slightly different colored pant changes the outfit up just enough.

Also, yes, I got my hair cut.  I’m trying to embrace my wave which excited my hairdresser to no end (speaking of which, if you’re in Chicago and want a hairdresser recommendation my guy is pretty fantastic and only charges $35).  Basically it’s shorter with more layers, especially around my face.  Now I just have to figure out the best shampoo and conditioner to use!

  
  1. kelsey

    I liked that outfit yesterday when I saw you an dI still like it today when I see it on your blog. FYI.

    um 35 dollars??! that’s unheard of in this city! DEETS!

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  2. kilax

    I like the wave! I had a cut once where all I had to do was wash in the night before, add mousse and I was good to go in the am (with waves). I miss that.

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  3. Erin

    Is that Old Navy shirt true to size? Also, what size is yours? I’m trying to order it off the website, but the reviews about size are all over the place. I usually wear S in ON, but have some M items too (cardigans and a few tank tops). Do you have a recommendation for what size I should get? Thanks!

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    1. Erin @ Loop Looks Post author

      I usually wear an XS in their stuff and that’s what size this shirt is. If you normally wear a small then I would think a small would fit just fine. An M would probably just be more flow-y so I guess it depends on what kind of look you’re going for.

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