Without question, one of my biggest pet peeves is gaping between buttons on a blouse. So of course, when I heard there was a shirt specifically designed to solve this problem I was eager to learn more.
Meet your new best friend – the No Peep Shirt from Marks & Spencer. This shirt has a hidden placket and concealed buttons at the fullest part of your bust, which together prevent gaping!!
Now onto the styling. It’s a common misperception that button down blouses are only good for work. So for today’s post I want to show two completely different looks (one for the office and one for the weekend) with the exact same button down blouse.
For the office look, I chose to pair this blouse with this pleated grey skirt. I love the color combination of the blush with the grey. As an aside, I would also wear this skirt in the winter with opaque tights and black booties and a turtleneck.
For the weekend look, I switched out the skirt for a pair of high waisted skinny jeans. To keep the look more casual, I also changed the high heels for flats.
So are you as excited as I am about the No Peep Shirt, which finally solves the problem of gaping between buttons?! Let me know in the comments below!
LOOK ONE: Top: Marks & Spencer (c/o) | Skirt: Marks & Spencer (c/o) | Shoes: Manolo Blahnik | Sunglasses: Rayban | Necklaces: Yael Steren and Lane + Lanae (c/o) | Lipstick: MAC (shade Creme d’Nude) | Rings: BaubleBar
LOOK TWO: Top: Marks & Spencer (c/o) | Jeans: J. Brand | Clutch: Marks & Spencer (c/o) | Shoes: Nicholas Kirkwood (also available here and here) | Sunglasses: Rayban | Necklaces: Yael Steren and Lane + Lanae (c/o) | Lipstick: MAC (shade Creme d’Nude) | Rings: BaubleBar
Thanks to Marks & Spencer and Shopping Links for sponsoring this post! All opinions are my own.