Catty (See Jane Wear)

Zara sweater, Gianetta blouse c/o, J Brand jeans, Forever 21 necklace, Enzo Angiolini boots, Elizabeth James sunglasses, Chloe bag

I’ve never been a huge fan of silky, button-down shirts until the past year or so.  Although I wear them quite often, I still have a bit of a complex about them because I think they make me look a little too boyish.  I’ve gotten over my insecurity simply because of how versatile they’ve proven to be–tucked into a skirt, under sweaters, or worn as a tunic over jeans, just to name a few ways.  Plus, when a blouse has a leopard print like this one, it’s impossible to feel like a pre-pubescent boy when wearing it.

So, how was your weekend?


  1. There is nothing boyish about this! I've never ever thought you look boyish when wearing button down shirts– you're way to feminine looking. And you have an elegance that boys just don't have ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Ooh, Anna I LOVE this outfit! It's funny that loose button downs make you feel like a boy, I find they make me feel like an awkward business lady! Though at the same time, I do love them! The leopard is gorgeous, and I am SO in love with your sunglasses! They are perfection! xo!

  3. i wish i could finally bring out my fall/winter sweaters to wear. unfortunately the summer heat is still going strong here in florida.

    i love the colors of your outfit and the boots are my favorite!


  4. I just wanted to stop by to say i am a recent follower and love your website, style, and fashion.
    As someone new to the blogosphere I love seeing what everyone else is doing and how they are doing it. Plus you're my first blog from Chicago ๐Ÿ™‚

    And I do quite love your city.

  5. I am loving the animal print that keeps popping up this fall! You are looking totally fabulous in this outfit! I love your blog. It is really inspirational for me as a new blogger!

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