A navy crew-neck pullover and black skinny jeans are perfect for both running errands and a night out. Polish off the ensemble with brown leather pumps.  Shop this look for $79:  http://lookastic.com/women/looks/sunglasses-crew-neck-sweater-dress-shirt-skinny-jeans-pumps/4483  — Black Sunglasses  — Navy Crew-neck Sweater  — White and Navy Horizontal Striped Dress Shirt  — Black Skinny Jeans  — Brown Leather Pumps

Women's Navy Crew-neck Sweater, White and Navy Horizontal Striped Dress Shirt, Black Skinny Jeans, Brown Leather Pumps

the classy cubicle: casual friday in navy - i like the combo of skinny pants/striped shirt and chunky sweater

Spring Floral by Jadore-Fashion ~Latest African Fashion, African Prints, African fashion styles, African clothing, Nigerian style, Ghanaian fashion, African women dresses, African Bags, African shoes, Nigerian fashion, Ankara, Kitenge, Aso okè, Kenté, brocade ~DK

Spring Floral by Jadore-Fashion ~Latest African Fashion, African Prints, African fashion styles, African clothing~

Fashion World: 25+ Awesome Casual Office Attire to Try Right Now

25+ Awesome Casual Office Attire to Try Right Now

African cape blazers

Outstanding Cape Blazer by Nana Wax - Frolicious Are you looking for African inspired Fashion? You should check out the beautiful and outstanding Cape Blazer by Nana Wax. I love all of them

Africa |  Nelson Mandela wears traditional Xhosa attire during part of his campaign tour, 1994.  Eastern Cape, South Africa | ©Greg Marinovich

Eastern Cape, South Africa Nelson Mandela wears traditional Xhosa attire during part of his campaign tour, 1994

Africa | Image taken from the publication "Red Blanket Valley" by Joan Broster. Published 1967 || Red Blanket Valley is an eye-witness account of life on an isolated trading station in the Transkei, where for 14 years Joan Broster lived with her husband. Mention is made of the Amaqwathi, Baca, Basuto, Bomvana, Fingo, Gcaleka, Hlangwini, Hlubi, Pondo, Pondomise, Tembu and the Xesibe. It also offers a great introduction to the Xhosa and their beadwork.

Thembu couple and child wearing complete beadwork outfits. Image taken from the publication "Red Blanket Valley" by Joan Broster.

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