Street Style: A Perfect Summer Work Look

Molly Scheitzer opened the door to Brea, a great little boutique in Dickinson, North Dakota, wearing the perfect summer work outfit.

It’s a great mix of easy and polished and works for any body type.

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Brea is a dangerous store, in the best possible way. Liz and I found lots of great stuff when we visited (if you missed it, you can check out what we found here) and, in the grand tradition of retail employees everywhere, almost everything Molly is wearing comes from the shop.

Molly’s put her own twist on a classic blazer and jeans look and came up with an outfit that works for both day and night.

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The dark jeans are appropriate for all but the most conservative offices, she’s mixing colors and textures like a pro (I love that lace top) and her draped blazer adds polish while still remaining breezy in the summer heat.

If you like the look but you’re a little curvier than a standard size, the Dickinson branch of Lillians had a similar blazer in plus sizes. Give Cami a ring — she’d be happy to help you out.

Molly finishes her look with simple black ballet flats and a statement necklace that she made from charms at Brea. I liked hers so much that I made my own!

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Get The Look:
Jeans: Hammer
Lace Top: Borrowed from her sister
Blazer and Flats: Brea
Necklace: Custom made at Brea

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