Eyelet is one of the big trends for the 2023 spring/summer season, and I recently picked up this pretty eyelet top from Evereve.
The feminine eyelet fabric in a bold berry color pairs perfectly with black or white denim, and I styled it both ways for this post.
This blouse has so many pretty details, like the three-quarter blouson sleeves with button cuffs, ruffle collar, and button-up styling. I also appreciate the flattering v-neckline and the versatile 23″ length.
It isn’t lined, and you can definitely see through the eyelet. I should have probably worn a darker beige bra, or you can wear a cami underneath if that makes you feel better. The EBY seamless tank would be perfect for this.
For this first look, I wore my Paige Claudine fray hem kick flare jeans in the washed black. I’ve had these jeans for over a year, now, and they are by far my most-worn pair of black jeans.
I love the off-black wash and the subtle whiskering at the hip. They have a lot of stretch, so they’re very comfortable, but they never lose their shape. (This pair from Gap Factory is a good option for less.)
And these Vince wedges are a new spring/summer favorite. The leather is like butter… soooo comfortable on the foot, and I love that stacked wedged heel. I also found a similar pair for under $100, that even has the same shape heel.
I carried my new NAGHEDI woven tote to add more texture to the outfit, and it also has more of a spring/summer vibe than a leather bag. Then I accessorized with delicate silver jewelry to complete the look.
As we get further into spring, I’ll lighten up this look with white denim. These jeans are a similar style to the black PAIGE pair above, but they’re the MOTHER Hustler.
Both are a high-rise fray-hem ankle-length flare, which I usually pair with a bit of a heel to elongate the leg.
These nude strappy sandals are perfect because they keep the look light on the bottom, but they also have a walkable 2″ heel with pretty flared shape to it. I’m loving all the lower heels this spring!
Here’s a good look at the back of the eyelet blouse. It has a gently curved hemline, which gives some shape to the waist and also a bit of coverage to the rear.
Once again, I accessorized with delicate silver jewelry, and I carried a bag in a color that coordinates with my shoes.
I used to go out of my way to not match my bags to my shoes, but recently I’ve found myself going back to it. I feel like it keeps the look classy and uncomplicated and puts the focus on the hero piece – in this case, this gorgeous blouse!
Not only does this top look great with white and black, it’s also a nice color to pair with dark wash blue jeans, or you could also dress it down with light wash blue denim. I love it when one piece has so many possibilities!
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photos: Alison Cornell