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I have had the busiest weekend so this post is going to be short and sweet! I have been working on building up my spring teacher wardrobe. Off-the-shoulder and cold-shoulder tops are all the rage but I just can’t wear them to school! So, when I found this gorgeous bishop sleeve blouse in the perfect shade of light pink, I grabbed it up quick. I just LOVE this blouse but the V neck is cut so low that I had to improvise to be able to wear it to work! I’m glad I did because now I have this awesome lace layering tank top to share with you, a teacher-outfit staple! It comes in 38 colors (!) and is nice and long. You just can’t beat that for under $15!! Definitely check it out!
I do recommend sizing up one size in the pink bishop sleeve blouse. I’m usually a small and the medium was a perfect fit.
Would you wear this to work?
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- Pink V Neck Bishop Sleeve Blouse, Shein.
- Long Lace Tank, Amazon. Similar in widget below.
- White Skinny Ankle Jeans, LOFT (old). Current LOFT Ankle Pant.
- Nude Pumps, Nordstrom. Also here.
- Kendra Scott Corley Earrings, c/o Kendra Scott.
- Monogram Necklace, Jane.com. Similar here.
- Kendra Scott Rayne Necklace, Nordstrom.
- Cable Bracelets, Zulily. Similar in widget below.
- Two-Tone Michael Kors Darci Watch, Areatrends.
- Owen Cocktail Ring, c/o Kendra Scott (old). Similar here and here.
- Pave Ring, Baublebar (old). Similar in widget below.
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