One Plaid Shirt Two Ways

Sometimes I want to buy everything I see on the racks at Old Navy…and other times, not so much. Last weekend, my friend wanted some help shopping (and I couldn’t say no to that!) and we headed to Old Navy. I didn’t see too much, but I fell in love with this shirt. I continue my fascination with button ups!

I have been unbelievably busy at work, so I decided to wear this shirt the casual way with white denim. But, I thought I would show a different way to wear it, too…if I wanted to wear it a little more dressed up. That’s what I love about button up shirts; you can wear them so many different ways! (And did I mention this shirt is $12 on sale?!?!?)

How would you wear this shirt?

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Shirt – Old Navy; Jeans – Madewell; Sandals – Sam Edelman; Earrings – Coach; Bracelets – Henri Bendel, Banana Republic (similar), Stella & Dot

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Shirt – Old Navy; Skirt – Banana Republic Factory; Shoes – BCBGeneration; Necklace – J. Crew; Bracelets – Stella & Dot, Coach, and Bremer Jewelry

Linking up with The Pleated Poppy!

Posted on August 21, 2013, in Fashion and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Oh, I’m a big fan of button-up shirts, they are so versatile, and in the cooler seasons, they are an awesome part of layered outfits! The pastel colors of your new one are so nice!

  2. I adore the shirt and skirt combination! I haven’t been to Old Navy in a while. I suppose it’s time for a visit. And I couldn’t agree more about the versatility of button down shirts–I just hate to iron them!

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