entirely worth it: equipment

I can't get enough of Equipment's signature pieces, whether they're in featured standard long-sleeved black or white, sleeveless leopard print, and especially a bright sangria-colored sleeveless tunic dress. The fit and fabric of these blouses are really incomparable and classic, so I find their price range entirely worth it. I often find myself asking how much equipment is too much? I have come to find you can never have too many of these shirts, especially because there is such a variety in not only their fabrics but in their styles and stunning patterns.  Since they are 100% silk, they can easily be thrown on year-round for literally any occasion, tucked in (or out), belted (or not) with denim, leggings, skirts, and shorts, layered with leather jackets, sweaters, and vests.  That is precisely why these tops are so fun and versatile, but when I saw the sleeveless signature tunic, I was beyond thrilled.  Not only is the color (which Equipment deems "Sangria") noticeable and beautiful, but it hits at just the right spot.  If you feel like wearing this one with jeans as a tunic, it looks great belted and pulled over the top.  As a dress it can be belted as well, but I love the shape and the way it flows on the body on its own.  It can be worn with flat sandals and a denim jacket or sky-high wedges and a leather one (scarves are not excluded, of course).  It is simple yet fun, youthful but elegant, and not to mention a perfect staple for summer.  
(Sandals: Givenchy, Silk Skull Scarf: McQueen, ZigZag Scarf: Missoni, Spiral Ring: Hermes, Cuff: Hermes).

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