Use Your Power to Empower

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Today's outfit was inspired by some images on a local boutique Style Hunt's instagram story. I couldn't find the photo again for you all but I have not been able to stop thinking about it. The gist of the photo(s) are graphic band tee, patterned blazer, and vintage jeans. I have been thinking about how I want to add my twist on it and finally found a way that is inspirational to me.

Target has been really stepping up their fashion game. Their new brands make it really difficult for me to leave the store without something. I saw this blazer a couple of months ago and I waited until there was a sale and I snagged it. It's pretty cheap anyway (about $34) and the quality is amazing considering that price. It looks and feels like a much more expensive blazer. I love to dress up and down blazers, I have worn this to work with dress pants and I have also really edged it out with a cami and some moto boots. It's such a versatile piece so even if you don't work in an office you can wear this blazer. This tee is also from Target's A New Day line. It's part of their limited collection called Vital Voices. This is a non-profit that highlights and supports women leaders who are influencing positive change. Each piece is inspired by the stories of these incredible women. It helps that the pieces are super cute too. I really loved the message of this tee, that we can all use whatever power we have to empower others versus consolidating out power. Our world could use a lot more community and giving others a hand up. It's always nice when fashion and positivity come together.

I will be wearing this shirt and living this message every week ;) 







Top| Target
Blazer| Target
Jeans| Madewell
Shoes| Just Fab (similar / similar)
Necklace| Kate Spade (from my Rocksbox use code mymonochromaticlifexoxo for 1 free month!)



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