The Shades of Velvet
Velvet is one of the easiest fabrics to pull off. It can be worn in the winter with dark or jewel tones like wine red, navy, and black. Another way to wear it in the fall and winter is with long sleeves, supplying additional fabric. Velvet also looks amazing in warmer months with lighter colors. Such as pink, champagne, light blue and more. I adore the top featured because of the champagne beige color. The color allows this top to be worn all year long. The light shades of blue in the floral print make this top designed for any season. The floral chiffon divets provide a feminine, delicate feel that accentuates the velvet texture. The voluminous bell sleeves are positively in style and perfect or a trendy long sleeve. The Flutter Away blouse offers a flattering V neckline and empire waist shape. Which leads to large pleating.
Styling The Flutter Away Blouse
Furthermore, pairing many different bottoms with this blouse creates versatile looks. I like to stick to tighter, more slimming options. Such as skinny jeans, cigarette pants, leggings, or tights with shorts. This creates balance between the top and bottom of the outfit. I prefer dark blue denim with a cream or nude shoe. Ankle booties, flats, or even mules work perfectly. I love to wear the It’s A Sign Geometric Tassel Necklace with this top. The colors match so well together. Especially when wearing black bottoms. The gold in the necklace pairs well with the velvet sheen and champagne color. While the tassels and geometric pattern give a trendy appeal.
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