Why tied blouses are KNOT over...

We have been seeing knotted blouses for a few years now and I don't know about you, but I have felt a little hesitant about trying it out. Will I look more like a farm girl than street style savvy? With midriffs and cropped tops everywhere this spring, I am finally excited to take the challenge. The key to making it work? Pair your tied blouse with something masculine or edgy, like black leather or leopard. And, for extra street style layer them under other pieces. Here are some great styles below to get you started!

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lsamsam
Wrote two years ago
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