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WHITE + OLIVE

May 6, 2015

By May 6, 2015fashion/outfit
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Off-The-Shoulder Top | White Ripped Jeans (DIY): similar | Fringe Bag: similar | Gold Sandals ℅ Little Mistress

So I’ve had this irrational fear of off-the-shoulder tops, but I think I’m finally getting over it. Why have they always scared me so much, you ask? Because if you’re photographed from the chest/shoulders up, it would look like you have no clothes on. And my friends, nothing is scarier than looking like you aren’t wearing anything in a picture…except maybe spiders and ax murderers. But you know what I realized? Nobody (other than myself with a tripod) takes pictures of me on a daily basis, so I pretty much never have to worry about looking naked in photos. Haha! Bring on the off-the-shoulder tops!

XO, Kacie

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