We all know the gray oversized checked blazer, and soft velvet blazer are the two IT blazers of the season. But do you know what to wear under the statement checks and soft threads? The answer is quite clear when it comes to dressing up for Friday party and day. You know, when you have to wear the same outfit from morning to the next morning. From the office to the street and to the party in the club. To make one outfit work for 24 hours, you need this one blouse. The Victorian blouse.
THE VICTORIAN BLOUSE
In short, the Victorian blouse is the only top you need this season. Well apart from your athleisure tops, basic t-shirts and silky slip tops that are always a must.
Honestly, Victorian blouses have been here for a while now. Although before known simply as the romantic blouse. Remember I wrote about the pink romantic blouses almost a year ago over here. Omg, my hair back then was such a mess, not to say a bush. Full of untamable baby hair.
Anyway, I want to remind you that I wore my Red Valentino romantic blouse, the romantic but not Victorian blouse, quite often in the last few months. Including on my birthday picnic last month (here). But now I’m ready for something new. More modest but more fashionable at the same time.
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THE BLOUSE OF THE SEASON EVERY FASHIONISTA NEEDS IN HER CLOSET AND WEAR IT TOO
As said it’s time for the chic, fashionable Victorian blouses. And no, not only because they are so fashionable this season. Ps. find all the fall winter 2017 fashion trends here.
But because, the statement Victorian blouse, yes this modest blouse that doesn’t reveal your cleavage, is the perfect blouse to wear during the holiday season. Or better say party season as there is some party going on almost every day. Or at least every Friday.
HOW TO WEAR VICTORIAN BLOUSE IN NOVEMBER
Although the holiday season hasn’t officially started yet, this doesn’t mean you should let your victorian blouse hang there in your closet until then. Especially not on Fridays when there are so many places we need to go and often don’t even have enough time to change our clothes in between.
Luckily this statement blouse will make sure you look elegant and chic all day long. You know what I mean. From the early Friday morning at the office to the lunch with your business partners, and to the street and later to the cocktail at the club with your girl squad. And finally to the party that finishes the next morning.
Although I can’t assure you, you will still look elegant the next morning on your way back home. If you lose your shoe while you stumble on the street, there is no such victorian blouse under the blazer that would save yours once, before the bottle of champagne, elegant, chic outfit.
NOVEMBER STATEMENT BLOUSE
So what kind of Victorian blouse you should wear in November? As the party season is still at the beginning, you should wear your statement blouse looking modest and grandmas-like as much as possible. Go for the couch florals, retro prints, checks and stripes, folk and boho looks. Ps. Check the fall winter 2017/18 print and color report over here.
Be sure to browse through my favourite November Statement Blouses in the widget below.
THE BLOUSE YOU SHOULD WEAR UNDER YOUR BLAZER IN DECEMBER
That is under your velvet blazer to be clear. Or on your own. As you wish. The only thing that matters in December is that your Victorian blouse makes you look ready to party at any time of the day.
Therefore, your December party and office blouse should come in the chic galactic print or in our favourite, dark florals. We just can’t get enough of the gothic flowers, can we? Even though the gothic flower print got a proper competitor in chic galactic print (thanks to Dior), a Victorian blouse in dark floral remains our on-the-go blouse.
Don’t like stars or even less the dark flowers? Then, there is another print that you might like. Check it over here.
But before, take a look at my favorite blouses you should wear this December. Basically, you could live in these Victorian blouses as they are perfect for work, cocktail party and even for the New Year’s Eve Party.
NEW YEAR NEW STATEMENT BLOUSE? OR NOT
What blouse to wear in January then? Go back to basics and wear Victorian blouses in spring colors or at least in the brightest fall winter 2017/18 fashionable colours.
SHOP AND WEAR MY STYLE
You have already seen me wearing these clothes so many times before. Remember the last time at the airport over here and in the similar outfit at the Grape harvest in September over here. Although I was wearing a white Victorian blouse then.
Anyway, I’m giving you just a link to buy each piece of this chic, elegant outfit this time. Well, that is a similar piece, as my outfit is almost already sold out.
HOW TO STYLE VICTORIAN BLOUSE
Whatsoever, get a similar Victorian blouse here, an almost the same tweed jacket here, the same black sock booties here and the same jeans over here. Oh and the same gloves (here) but only the similar purse here.
You probably got a feeling how easy it is to style victorian blouse this season. You can even wear it with the skinny jeans, that are having a major comeback quite soon, as I am here. Just don’t forget the matching sock booties. Yes, you can wear your skinny jeans with the sock booties regardless who what wears’ believes that this is a no-no. I proved it’s a go-go.
MORE FASHION TRENDS AND STYLE IDEAS
The high neck Victorian blouse is actually the only blouse you need this season. Why not swapping that boring crisp white shirt or blue and white striped men-like shirt for this chic high collar statement blouse that you can wear all day long? From morning to the next morning. From the office to the Thanksgivings table and even to the New Year’s Party. Just be sure to follow me on my Instagram to see all the ways you can style the Victorian blouse this season to look chic and elegant. And even chic and casual as here in this post. By the way, will there be flowers, stars or stripes on your new victorian blouse?