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sponsored: jawbreaking

This post is quite overdue and I'm so thankful that my sponsors have been so nice to me about it. This post features two tops from Jawbreaking. They have seriously cool graphics and these have been worn by various celebrities which you can see here. I think that it is really amazing that they have chosen to send me some tops to style and I feel terribly bad for the delay due to my trip to UK. The quality of the shirts are amazing. This one here is the Live Forever Young Tank and it is soft yet of reasonable thickness. What I mean is that it isn't thin like f21's tanks.
I styled it with denim shorts and a flannel plus combat boots for a rugged autumn look. You can add a denim jacket over as well for more layering options and to snuggle up as the weather cools down (not happening in singapore though). 
Then over here, is the Pineapple Vibes Halter which is on sale now. I don't have many halters but this really has that summer vibe and if you refuse to let summer go, then bring back summer with this cute pineapple top! I paired it with denim shorts and a floral kimono in the first photo but if you are mad about pineapples, I also did a look with pom pom pineapple shorts. 
I love that the shirts are made in USA which means premium quality. Plus, seeing it on the celebs kinda makes me want more shirts because they make it look cool. All designs are original by Aly Silverio, the founder of Jawbreaking and reading her story is really amazing and cool to see how far she has come. 

Now that you've seen it on the celebrities, wear it too and show it off with the hashtag #jawbreaking! 



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