How to Make Altuzarra for Target Look Expensive – Part 2

Our obsession with the Altuzarra for Target collection continues…  Today, Angela is working the exotic python-print blouse and going from press meetings to school pick-up with a quick change of pants and accessories. There are so many ways to style this top! It also makes a great layering piece under a sleeveless sheath dress or crew neck sweater.

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From the Office…

Altuzarra for Target

Alexis Bittar

The ladylike bow paired with tailored tweed trousers screams sophisticated and professional for work. Add rich chocolate-suede booties and a gold-tone cuff to complete the look.

Blouse, Altuzarra for Target // Trousers, Stella McCartney (similar here) // Booties, Pedro Garcia (similar here) // Bracelet, Alexis Bittar (similar here)

…. to the Weekend.

Altuzarra for Target

Altuzarra for Target

 Loosen things up by untying the bow and switching the trousers out for boyfriend jeans. Add a brooch and studded booties for street-style-star flair.

Blouse, Altuzarra for Target // Jeans, Rag & Bone (On Sale!) // Booties, Aquazzura (similar here) // Brooch, Vintage (From Fashion by Robert Black in Scottsdale)


2 responses to “How to Make Altuzarra for Target Look Expensive – Part 2”

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