Sure, why not. We already started this week on a cat theme, so I might as well roll with it. But there was actually a bit more thinking behind my accessorizing – see, this is my “Mori Girl” blouse, so I tend to reach for the “natural” accessories whenever I wear it (like the lacquered owl brooch last time), in keeping with the Mori Girl aesthetics. I’m not brave enough to try the full Mori Girl look, and it’s not my style anyway, but sometimes a certain item calls for a certain way of styling.
Top: local boutique, Jeans: H&M, Oxfords: Vagabond, Brooch: The Dulcet Fig
It seems I’ve been wearing a lot of these scrubs-like shirts lately. My sister convinced me to buy this blouse after she bought a similar one (but without the buttons) at a local handmade boutique. They mostly specialize in the kind of loose-fitting, earthy-looking clothes like you would find on a Mori Girl – which, if you click on the link, you’ll see that is not my style at all. I prefer a more… shall we say, streamlined look. But this blouse is simple enough while still has some interest in the shape, the texture of the fabric, and the buttons, that I think it can work well in my closet. Also, pockets! Always a plus.
Top & Jeans: local shops, Boots: Topshop, Brooch: hand-me-down