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JCrew Fanfare cardigan & Stipe taffeta mini :: blue & tan

I hope all of you, especially those live in northeast or midwest, are enjoying the warmth now. It was 66F here, in Cleveland, and I smelled summer 🙂

I am not a big fan of color blue, since I never feel color blue can flatter my skin tone. But I was attracted to this stripe skirt, which is so fun and feminine. The shining blue reminds me the sky :). It is on sale in store now at $69.99. Its size runs big, if you normally wear xs/0, you might need 00 for this one.

Pairing it with JCrew merino wool cardigan (it is on sale at $39.99 in store) and chambray popover gives a fresh spring look. The cardigan is actually very versatile, it matches well with my red pencil skirt and boyfriend jeans too. I bought size xs which gives me some room to layer with a shirt.

Enjoy the weather 🙂

Outfit

Shirt: JCrew faded chambray popover

Cardigan: JCrew fanfare cardigan

Skirt: JCrew stripe taffeta min

Belt: JCrew multistrap belt (it is $29.99 in store)

Shoes: Chie Mihara Anoushaka pump

Bag: Mulberry Alexa

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6 thoughts on “JCrew Fanfare cardigan & Stipe taffeta mini :: blue & tan

  1. Amy March 8, 2012 at 3:27 AM Reply

    wow, these blue are so fresh, so spring, so cute and pretty.Poor me, there is no Jcrew store in local area. I have a question about wearing the pump. Do you wear any kind of sock?

  2. fabbylife March 8, 2012 at 5:25 AM Reply

    bare feet. But I usually put some friction block (http://www.amazon.com/Brand-Friction-Block-Stick-34oz/dp/B001N0LJ8I/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1331220244&sr=8-7) on my feet, especially in summer or wear new shoes.

  3. maggie March 8, 2012 at 6:40 AM Reply

    very nice

  4. Michelle March 8, 2012 at 2:42 PM Reply

    hi dear,My local store has S & M. They already put them on hold for me. :-).

  5. robin March 8, 2012 at 5:22 PM Reply

    the first pic is so eye-catching!

  6. […] I showed my JCrew skirt & cardigan  outfit, I received a suggestion of pairing that outfit with MMM 22 laced-up loafers (and a big […]

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