|Pants: Eloquii (Available here)|
Then a few weeks ago, Eloquii came out with another set in the same style but with a different floral print. I loved this print a little bit more (though both are seriously great) and decided that I would just go for it and see whether it fit. I could always return it if it didn’t work out.
|Top: Eloquii (Available here)|
The top was a great fit right out of the package, a little longer than intended, but not a bad fit! The rise in the pants was too long as I expected, and the pants were too long, as I expected even more. I had the waistband taken up and the pants hemmed, and now, they are perfect!!!
|Necklace: The Limited|
While I don’t mind a crop top, I love that the longer length of the top allows me to tuck the top into the pants a bit and wear this outfit with a blazer for casual Fridays at work.
|Clutch: Ann Taylor|
Here, I feature the look as worn for a dinner out with the hubs. I added white heels, a subdued red lip, and a blue cross-body bag to bring out the colors of the floral print.
I can also see myself pairing the separates with other pieces, so even if I don’t wear this outfit a ton, it will still get plenty of wear!!
|Sunglasses: Tory Burch
Do you avoid trying pieces because you think they won’t fit? How do you get over that or do you? Have you found a good tailor to work his or her magic??