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Outfit details: Joe's jeans (similar here), Reiss blouse, Tory Burch coat (on sale!), Valentino booties, Chanel bag, Chanel pin, Hermes bracelet, Hermes belt  

I wore this a few weeks ago to work and then on the train to NYC. I bought this Reiss blouse in London earlier this year and it's the perfect blouse. I wish they still had it because I would buy it in other colors. Since my chest is large, I have trouble with button downs but this is nice and blousy. I wore it with a pair of bootcut jeans with my Valentino booties.  These booties are patent at the toes but suede everywhere else.  I should have known better than to wear them with dark jeans as the blue bled on my booties. They are out at the cobbler and I'm hoping they can clean them up.

Reader Comments (7)

Boot cut jeans are always so flattering. Looks great! Sorry about the boots!

12.5.2012 | Unregistered CommenterMelissa

UGH . . . that is the worst with the beautiful deep blue color jeans, and it does not matter the brand or how much they cost. I know a few people who had disaster's with the blue rubbing onto their car seats, and had to have an auto detail shop get involved. Nice look, too bad about the shoes. ;-(

12.5.2012 | Unregistered CommenterLinda

Oh no!!! Not the Valentinos! Sure hope the shoe repair guy can take care of that for you.

12.5.2012 | Unregistered CommenterNiki

The outfit is great. I like the blouse. I have the same issue and have to buy bigger and the rest of the blouse doesn't fit well. Hate to hear about the shoes. Let us know what happpens.

12.5.2012 | Unregistered CommenterMarita

Wash your jeans with salt in the water it will set the dye...

12.5.2012 | Unregistered CommenterAdrienne

Hi! I'm a fellow New England girl :) I love your style!


12.5.2012 | Unregistered CommenterMcKenna Bleu

After I just made a comment about never seeing you in jeans...here you are again in the denim and you look stunning :)

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