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A tutti-fruity White Shirt Wednesday

Breaking through the black

Perhaps it's because I've been in a very down-to-business mindset recently, but I can't help but notice that all of my recent White Shirt Wednesday posts are black and white.

As much as I love that old standby, I think it's time to break through all the black, don't you?

Glam and girly white shirt styling

Today we're going all-out girly with a fabulous floral skirt and whimsical accessories.

Amazing skirts have been my new go-to splurge when it comes to fashion. I love pairing them with simple shirts and great accessories. It's a timeless but statement-making approach that works really well.

This lovely rose patterned skirt is so bright and girly, it would totally brighten my day. It looks perfect with a simple white shirt and clean white sandals. I'm loving the look of this simple pink on red envelope clutch, kind of matchy-matchy but in a very cool way. Finally, I'd top the look with some fun perspex sunnies. They're playful and go with absolutely everything.

A perfect addition to your vacation wardrobe

This look is begging to be included in your summer vacation wardrobe. I'd wear it to a casual dinner or swap the heels for a pair of lace espadrilles for touring the city.

The sunnies, white shirt and shoes work with just about everything you could pack. While not exactly neutrals, the floral skirt and clutch are great pieces to build a couple looks around.

Had this year gone the way I expected, I would be in Barcelona this week, probably wearing something very similar. Thankfully, things do not always turn out as planned and I'm happily grounded in Singapore, 8 months pregnant and getting ready to move into my new apartment.

Barcelona will just have to wait.

Pictured: BCBG sunglasses, VAUGHAN Bettie shirt in Stark Naked White, Michael Kors floral print skirt, Jimmy Choo raspberry clutch, Alexander Wang sandals


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