Monday, April 8, 2013

Backwards for a higher neckline and a fun back

whenever I wear maxi dresses I never like wearing closed toe flats, instead I wear sandals. I'm not sure why, is just a personal preference. But when it comes to heels, a closed toe doesn't look that bad, right? and besides my toenails weren't painted so sandals were out of the question.

If you've read/followed my blog for a while, you've probably noticed that sometimes I like to wear things backwards, like this blouse. 
If you haven't tried that yet, I would say go and try it out, it can be a cardigan, or a dress creating a higher neckline and an open and fun back. 

P.S. Wore this to the Good Friday service last week at The Anchor Church.  It was a great night of remembrance and reflection upon what Christ did for us in the cross. 

(picture from The anchor church on Good Friday)

"He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree, that we might die to sin and live to righteousness. By His wounds you have been healed" 1 Peter 2:24

maxi dress- Tillys
bow blouse worn backwards- Ruche (also worn HERE)
heels- Franco Sarto
Opening night Pearls- Premier Designs


  1. It's amazing what a bit impact turning a top around can have on an outfit... although I've never seen this blouse on you the right way around, I love how it looks backwards, especially with your pearl necklace dangling down into it. And I think close-toed shoes were a great choice with your maxi :)

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