Night Out // Asymmetrical White Blazer + Navy on Navy

FRANCESCA’S White Asymmetrical Blazer {shop blazers}
ZARA Trafaluc Basics Tee
STEVE MADDEN Marlenee Sandals
WE OWN THE NIGHT. I’m currently settling back into reality as my little getaway has officially ended. One of my favorite activities is to hang out with my lovely girlfriends. We like to go out and try new restaurants, discover speakeasies and enjoy a concert or two. Today’s post features a look for a fun and easy GNO. I am wearing my pair of Levi’s Revel skinny jeans rolled up a little to keep my heels from hiding. Sometimes the simplest combinations is more. I am wearing minimal sandal heels with a comfy tee. Since it’s a night out, the tee I am wearing has a little sheerness to it, giving the look an overall sexier feel. I finished the look off with a new favorite blazer with an asymmetrical drape bottom. I love that the hem of both the jacket and sleeves are slanted. It totally makes the outfit edgy and modern. Finish off with gold accessories and a clutch, and we’re ready to go.
I previously mentioned how amazing these jeans are, and I will again. The tech behind this is all sorts of amazing. These jeans are a combination of shapewear and denim. Not only does it make your legs look great when wearing them, but it’s comfortable as well. Confidence comes from feeling good in what you wear and it doesn’t get better than wearing jeans that flatter your body. A pair of high high heels to really create a leggy look doesn’t hurt either!
P.S. Check out my first look with the Levi’s Revel jeans HERE.
The Levi’s® women’s design team was inspired by a woman’s desire for jeans that enhance her shape and highlight her best features without sacrificing comfort. After years of development and hundreds of fittings around the globe, the Levi’s® team is proud to introduce Levi’s® REVEL, a line of jeans designed to shape, enhance and create a sense of confidence. Wear them. Be transformed. Feel amazing.
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