I had fun shooting this chic feminine neutral outfit for a sponsored post in partnership with LOFT on my Instagram feed on Sunday. How gorgeous is this pink floral split neck blouse (it’s on promotion for $30 with the code WANT)? The subtle ruffles at the collar and neckline of the blouse add just the right amount of interest combined with the delicate vine print on the clip dot fabric. I usually prefer to cover my front and backside so I’m trying something different (for me) by tucking the blouse into the high waist jeans for a leg lengthening effect. I love these comfortable chewed hem slim pocket high waist jeans due to the stretch. I completed this outfit with neutral accessories and this camel coat which I always get compliments on.
OUTFIT DETAILS: c/o LOFT Floral Split Neck Blouse, size XS regular (review below) | LOFT Wool Twill Double Breasted Jacket, size XXSP (review here) | c/o LOFT Chewed Hem High Waist Skinny Jeans in Vintage Wash, size 25P, review below) | Tory Burch McGraw Leather Hobo (also available in black) | c/o Ann Taylor Mila Leather Pumps (review here)
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For size reference I’m currently 106.5 pounds, 5′ 2.5″ and I usually wear size XS petite in tops and 0/25 petite in jeans at LOFT. If you’re new to my blog I typically share the link to a short video clip below each image. My Pinterest is also up to date if you prefer a more visual catalog of my reviews.
I tried on this gorgeous vine print blouse in size XS regular and the regular missy length is longer on me as seen here since I often take petite sizes for the shorter length. The blouse is fully lined, not sheer and the material drapes well and tucks into high waist jeans nicely without too much bunching. It has a keyhole opening at the neck so I prefer to wear it buttoned for more modesty. If I had time to check another store I would have preferred trying this blouse in my usual size XS petite. As it was, I picked up this blouse for my sponsored Instagram collaboration with LOFT along with these comfortable, stretchy chewed hem jeans. The jeans have a lot of stretch but it was the only size left at my local store so I couldn’t try on a size down for comparison. I wore them all day and the material does stretch out at the rear and knees.
This denim jacket looked like it ran small so I grabbed one size up to try on. I would suggest sizing up if you want to layer comfortably otherwise you can stick with your usual size if you prefer a closer fit to wear over sleeveless tops and dresses. I also tried the jacket on over a dress and the boxy, looser fit looked big in a “borrowed from the boys” kind of way.
Unlike the above tops this olive eyelet top wasn’t too long as seen below and the sizing runs a little smaller. You can see your bra color through the eyelet cutouts so you may want to wear a black bra if you do not want any attention drawn there from another color peeping through. I would need this top in size XXS regular for a better. I probably would not get this in petites since I personally prefer the length of the regular missy size.
This white peplum blouse is so cute and I can get away with not wearing a layering cami. It’s a looser, cropped fit and I bought size XXS regular. I am curious how petite sizes fit in comparison but I am concerned that the petite length would be too short since the regular missy size was already quite short and shy of 21″ for size XXS regular. For reference I usually prefer 23-24″ length tops.
I previously reviewed the blazer in this post and I have the khaki (sweet cashew) color on my wish list. I tried it on again since I was trying to decide between getting my usual size 0P or size 00 regular for extra length. I’m leaning towards size 00 regular for a little extra length in the 3/4 sleeves. I like the simple cut and style, it’s fully lined and drapes nicely.
These button front pants are so cute. My usual size 0P fit me well but the pant rise in petites feels slightly short. I had also grabbed size 00P to try on but it was too snug for me to button so I’d say these pants run true to size. If you’re petite but you have curves you would likely need to size up and/or take the regular missy size for the longer rise.
This floral print dress is really pretty, fully lined and it has sizable pockets. You can sort of make out the outline of the pocket lining through the material though as seen in the clip I linked to. It’s a shorter midi length that hits below the knees on me for a modest look. The smocked detail in the back provides some stretch. I tried on size 00P but it’s ever so slightly more snug across my shoulders and chest so I would have liked to try on my usual size 0P for comparison.
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