10th Commandment: June 7

Jun 7, 2012

 

Silk Bow Cami (J.CREW, $98)

I’ve received several e-mails from readers who purchased this top and are looking for ways to wear it.  

The blouse has a interesting cut that is flattering on many figures.  The tie neck is a nice detail.  And the neon stripe makes it a good piece for summer.  

Check back at 1:00PM for Two Ways to wear this blouse.

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  1. Vicki says:

    Wow, this is an adorable top! Looking forward to seeing your suggestions on ways to wear this.

  2. DB says:

    I literally just put this on hold this morning at J.Crew. Perfect timing!

  3. Cat says:

    Oh, I have this one! Very versatile – I've worn it to work with gray slacks and a navy cardigan (round neck, which covers the shoulder exposure), out to lunch, tucked into a high waisted navy skirt, and untucked over navy bermudas and also over skinnies.

  4. I just bought this shirt after pining for it for weeks… I absolutely love it, but I'm excited to see what you do with it too!

  5. L says:

    I hope everything is ok, Belle! I'm looking forward to the two ways post on this.

  6. Ellen says:

    Looking forward to seeing this as a two ways to wear, hope nothing negative is keeping you from posting it!

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