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How to Do: High & Low

May 18, 2017

How to Do: High & Low

Written By Kayla Seah

Sweater: P.E NATION (SIMILAR HERE)
Blazer: ZARA (SIMILAR HERE)
Shorts: ONE TEASPOON
Boots: ACNE 
Bag: GUCCI
Sunglasses: SAINT LAURENT 

Investing in quality pieces is hopefully something you have picked up on from my many blog posts about the topic. This outfit is a perfect example of how to mix high and low pieces, while still feeling put together. There are so many great affordable brands out there now, we don’t always have to breaking the bank in order to put together a chic outfit. When I’ve  discussed investing in quality pieces, I truly mean going back to the basics here. Decide what you wear most often and invest in those items – you really won’t regret it. For me, it’s always been shoes and bags. For me, these two items are usually the foundation to an outfit and I know they will be worn countless times over. The rest of my outfits are usually a mix of high and low price points, allowing my credit card to breath once in a while but still looking good.

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