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Tips on how to style that open back top you've always neglected at the bottom of your wardrobe. I've had this knitwear T from Zara for some time now. Every time I see it my closet I wonder why I purchased it in the first place because I never seem to be able to properly pair it with anything else I own. I gave it a shot and styled it with a vintage pair of distressed Levis shorts and it worked out quite well. So here is a simple idea for you all, should you wonder what to match your open back top with when trying to leave the house in a rush.

I was not planning on any particular type of post for this one, but it turned out to being more of a beauty post than anything else. Let it be my first beauty series and I will strive for better makeup and shots of it for you guys to see, next time around. If you're a green-eyed gal like myself, than it will come to no surprise that purple, plum are simply the prettiest tones to get your eyes to stand out. The vintage denim I found in some thrift store and was experimenting a while back with cutting them when still full length. I got bored with their look in time and chose to cut them mid length into shorts and here is the result.   

Hope you enjoy/Happy strut

CCXO

Sunnies - Céline

Knit - Zara

Denim - Vintage

Heels - Wittner

Handbag - Prada