Turquoise And White A Perfect Color Combo - Just Style LA

I hope you all had a wonderful Mother’s Day Weekend with your families enjoying the day. My son and my husband took me out for a lovely outdoor lunch on the 15th floor patio at Perch that has the most amazing views of the city buildings in downtown Los Angeles. I have to say it was so nice to finally be able to go out to a restaurant together. It has been way too long, and I am so glad we are finally getting more and more back to normal.

There are certain colors that pair really nicely together for different seasons. In my opinion turquoise and white is one of those perfect combos for spring and summer.

I am calling this piece a sweater top because you can wear it both as a sweater or top. However, it is oversized, and it has a deep V neckline, so you do have to wear at least a camisole under it. It has one chest pocket and the hem plus the bottom of the sleeves are all finished in a ribbing.

You can wear it half tucked in in the front, as my first looks below, or completely left out as my second looks. Just an FYI that I am a little under 5’4” in height and wearing a size small here. You can also see the center back length measurement for the sweater top in the product details.

For a second item I am wearing our Blue Tropical Print Tie Front Kimono Jacket which is currently on SALE! The fabric is a soft 100% rayon that is printed in a pretty tropical leaf print in shades of blue and turquoise with a touch of lilac.

It’s an easy body to wear with kimono style sleeves and a tie in the front that you can wear a few different ways. In the photos below, I have shown you two different ways you can wear this piece.

  1. Tied in the front.
  2. Wrapped and crisscrossed and then tied in the back.

As for jewelry I am wearing our Gold Chain Necklace with White Marbleized Stone and fringe and Multi Layered Tan Brown Gold Bracelet Set.

White pants – Zara (old)

Sandals – Zara

Bag – Gucci

How do you like my looks?

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