Sometimes we all love a good jeans and t-shirt outfit. But it’s always nice to jazz it a bit. I feel in love with this Jessica Simpson cold shoulder top from Gwynnie Bee. I started thinking about all the outfits I could wear with this top, but I opted for a simple pair of jeans and my favorite mules. If you haven’t given Gwynnie Bee a try, you can try it for FREE for 30 days. Learn all about it here. SO for this post I show how to style a cold shoulder top, check out my look below.
I can’t lie on the hanger, this top didn’t appeal to me at all, but once I put it on, I was in love. It gives me beach date night vibes, which I’m completely into. Now typically I wear a size 2x in Jessica Simpson tops, I the 2x was too big so I closeted a 1x and it was perfect.
Top: Jessica Simpson via Gwynnie Bee| Jeans: Fashion to Figure| Shoes: Vince Camuto via Amazon
Despite the heat, I’m not super hot in this top. It’s breathable and would be perfect once the sun sets and the night gets slightly chilly. And I mean let’s be honest, I couldn’t get enough of the bell sleeve detailing.
I paired this top with these jeans from Fashion to Figure. I’ve had these jeans for about 3 years now and I LOVE them. I personally prefer skinny jeans over any other cut of jeans. They’re the best fit for my tall frame and I mean I just love looking at myself in skinny jeans.
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As for my shoes, these Vince Camuto Sarina mules are literally my favorite pair of shoes right now. I try to style them with pretty much any outfit I put on. I went with these shoes because the muted grey tone. It doesn’t over power the top. I purchased these on Amazon back in June and they fit like a glove. I was very shocked because I didn’t think Vince Camuto shoes would fit me. But I was wrong. I’ve worn these mules in this outfit post as well as this outfit post.
There you have it. If you’re interested in giving Gwynnie Bee try, you can sign up for a free 30 day trial. How do you feel about the cold shoulder tops? Are we here for them? Let me know in the comments.