If you’ve been around for a while, you know I love Nordstrom. I could go on and on, but truly one of my favorite aspects of the store is that they carry one of my favorite brands. Gibson Look has some of the best quality pieces that are wardrobe staples and can be worn so many ways. And y’all know versatility is the way to my heart. They have launched a couple blogger collab collections and their latest, City Safari, is SO. GOOD. I got my hands on a couple pieces and I wanted to show just how versatile they are with this City Safari// day to night post.
And no, they aren’t paying me to say this.
City Safari// Day Look
Now you see why I’m obsessed. So, my fun, spotted leopard top is the City Safari piece I styled for a casual day look. This outfit is my favorite way to transition into fall without completely sweating my behind off. p.s. my fav cardigan from the NSale is on major sale.
My spotted top is sleeveless and has a gorgeous scalloped neckline. It’s actually lined on the inside so the scallop detail doesn’t fold over, which is such a small, but super thoughtful touch. Even though I styled this super casual, it would be perfect with jeans and heels for a date night or a skirt and flats for an office appropriate look.
City Safari// Night Look
Just YES to this outfit. If you are like me and swore you’d never wear zebra print again, think again. The abrstract take on the zebra print give it a fun flare and the shape is total 70’s vibes. The ruffle halter neckline and flowy top detail are super flattering and it’s so easy to just throw on and go.
If you’re loving the prints on these pieces, but maybe aren’t a big jumpsuit girl, each print comes in multiple styles so there’s something for everyone. Plus, every piece comes in regular and plus sizes. HOLLA. Honestly, just another reason I love this brand.
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