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Charlotte Russe february lookbook

I am delighted to be working with Charlotte Russe to bring to you 6 different looks for February. I have included the links for the items that are still in stock. They run out fast so if you see something you like, you should definitely check out asap!
Look 1 features a classy and cool cross front crop top paired with a floral printed skater skirt. I threw on a cozy knitted cardigan as well for the transitional weather. A touch of gold completes the classiness of the outfit and balances out casual with cool from the overall vibe of the look.
You can never go wrong with lace, denim and floral. This boho inspired outfit has all the essentials you need to rock a festival. I picked an M for the top even though I typically wear a size S. It should fit fine on the average sized S girl but I think I might take in the sides because I'm skinny. The shorts are high waisted but they run a bit big so I recommend sizing down. 
 Links: Top, Cardi (OOS), Jeans, Necklace, Shoes, Bag (OOS), Sunnies
Another boho outfit with the same cropped top as above feature an open knit cardi, a studded fringe bag that I am super in love with and some ripped acid wash skinny jeans. I recommend sizing down on the jeans because they run big. I'm quite bummed that the bag is out of stock but you can check back because they may restock! It is a good size to fit many things and it looks so cute!
 Links: Top, Skirt, Jacket, Socks, Bag, Sunnies
This look incorporates a henley top that I have been quite into lately. I paired it with a floral skirt but it would look great with other coloured skirts as well. I picked out a utility jacket to complete the look and I got it in a size L because it was the only size left. It is not too oversized so petite girls do not need to fret. I highly recommend the purse as well. It is actually a wallet because it has so many card holders and the compartments are spacious and not tight. The body strap is totally removable as well. Plus, it looks so cute! 
T-shirt dresses are still in! This one comes with a nifty hood as well. I decided to pair it with this lightweight acid wash denim anorak which is soooo unique and interesting. It adds colour and texture to a simple outfit. The bucket bag is also so cute and it is the first bucket bag I own. 
 Links: Top, Flannel, Shorts, Bag, Sunnies
Me and my graphic tees. I really liked the print of this so I couldn't resist. I had to choose a super cool flannel to go with it as well so I chose this vintage looking one that had a NEW YORK print at the back as well. Definitely an interesting plaid shirt to add to the collection. 
Links: Top, Skirt, Kimono, Bag, Sunnies
I think I am most excited about halter tops this Spring. I love the high neck cut and the exposed shoulders. I paired this lace one with a heather grey skirt and some florals for an extra girly look. 

xoxo

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