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Brand New Street Chic! Reader Cherise does summer looks right!

New Street Chic! Where we find real life fashionistas out and about looking fabulous, if we find you and feature you, you win beauty swag!

We caugh lovely reader Charrisse at work looing summer sensational in dark cuffed shorts with a nice nude and metallic print short sleeve shirt, her hoop earrings and golden hued make up are totally on trend and very flattering to all skin tones. This is a perfect summer work look, pair this look with the seasons hottest sandals like Charrisse did (not in photo) and you can't go wrong. Charrisse we salute you!

Get Charrisse's look:

Lauren Ralph Lauren <em>Plus Size Metallic</em> Blouse Sale <em>Top</em> 2x
gold tank by Ralph Lauren
Ancient City Geometric Top
Fashion to Figure geometric top
Twill Cotton Shorts
Fashion to Figure Twill skirts

Until Next time lovlies,


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