July 11, 2010

Sale Wear - Aritzia

The military look has been splattered everywhere since Balmain showcased it last year and its been proving to have lasting power with little changes along the way to update your wardrobe. Update your military look with Aritzia's Wilfred Tye-Dye Romper, which is on sale! It has the summer vibe with it's tye-dye detail and its draw string will cinch your waste beautifully. Top it off with the essential military blazer by Balmain and add edge with Pebble Stone Vintage Doc's and frilly ankle socks for the juxtaposition of pretty and hard edged. Complete the look with the coveted PS1 Icon tan suede Proenza Schouler messenger bag.

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Romelee said...

whoa not yet brave enough to test the 'military style' waters! Kudos to you for being able to put together such daring but practical pieces!

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