The Asymmetrical Suit Jacket

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Good morning guys, happy Monday! Did everyone have a fantastic weekend?!!!! We had a lovely Sunday, we went and saw some old friends that we haven't seen in about 4 years and had breakfast and spent most of the afternoon chatting and catching up, and then after that Tim and I went out for dinner and then hit the gym cause we at to much at dinner…. lol!!

I was quite busy at work this week, just getting resimulated with the new team and getting my barring’s with everything, and we still haven't finished unpacking …..we have this room that is a hot mess with boxes and bags…cause we just haven't done anything with it…. hopefully ill get at this week… lol

Now I thought I would kick start the week with a trend post!, This is something I’ve been doing for a while when wearing my blazers…not a while maybe like 2 weeks ….lol, and it started cause I saw this blazer from ACNE that I really wanted but wasn’t willing to spend upwards of 1000$ on it, so I thought maybe I could just make one of my many oversized mens blazer that I have look some what similar to the ACNE, and Jacquemus blazers that I was falling in love with! All I had to do to make my blazer asymmetrical was just pull up the last button hole and button it to the first button … and surprise, I had my asymmetrical blazer with a twist and it cost me 8$ instead of 1000$!

All the blazer that I found with that asymmetrical look are a little on the pricy side, the cheapest I found was from Aritzia, and its almost sold out! But if you like this look its pretty easy to recreate with what you probably already have at home!

Happy Monday Guys!

xoxo

Kar!

Photos By: Tim White

Skirt: Zara, Boots: Zara, Bag: DollsKill, Blazer: Thrifted

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