At reader request – all black outfit! When I wear all black, I like to pop the accessories. Leopard seems to be a perfect pairing and Ann Taylor has lots of leopard shoes & accessories.
This pleated top is so pretty. I love the texture and the pronounced sleeve. It’s always a plus when pretty tops don’t cling in the midsection. Wearing xs.
The pants feel more like leggings but have a button fly and pockets. Comfortably chic is my work and everyday style! These fit true to size.
There were lots of nautical vibes going on in the new arrivals section of my local Ann Taylor. As a new Englander I’m here for it!
The top is so flattering. It has functional buttons if you’re nursing and would pair well with a bralette. I’m wearing xs.
I sized down one in the pants. They are so cute and comfy and also available in black. The material has a lot of stretch but doesn’t wrinkle easily. I am 5’11” and do wish I could add just an inch or two to the length. Alas I love them enough that I am willing to wear them a bit more cropped rather than pass them by.
I loooooove these show-stopper statement-maker pants. Great for the office or a party – these turn heads. The material is a good weight, so while I wore compressing undergarments to smooth things below, these pants aren’t awkwardly sheer like a lot of white dress pants. The color is a warmer winter white and I sized down 1 and got the tall size (wearing 0 tall).
The sweater has fun sleeves and it’s lightweight so you can layer it in the office (which from my experience varied greatly in temperature every season so I layered year round).
I’m loving all the blush shades Ann Taylor brought in ahead of spring. This blouse has such fun shoulder details, I am wearing xs.
I bought the pants in store (sized down 1) in the regular length. Once again, I would prefer a slightly longer of an inseam. The color is pretty and they are well cut.
Since it’s still chilly in Connecticut, I added a sweater coatigan (wearing xs). A neutral houndstooth pattern – I love it! You can wear this sweater belted more like a jacket or open more like a cardigan.
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