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Tia Lacson

 My first fashion post in 2017, and I’m starting off the year with this wonderful top that I absolutely cant get over with just yet. Since it’s a brand new year, I’m adding ‘doing more outfit posts’ to my new years resolutions, since last year, I sort of focused more on travel posts and guides. This time it will be more about balance, and being creative with every post.

It seems like the holiday spirit never really went away when I wore this silver top from Kore a label designed by Karen Olano. Its the perfect ensemble to greet 2017, and a great choice for the ‘Chinese New Year’. The Bernie Top, is made of silver and shimmery fabric that’s reversible to a stiff white waffle fabric! How practical is that? Aside from that, I absolutely adored the ribbon and unique back details of this top (that still allow you to wear a bra). Edgy but subtle, I love how I can wear this from parties, and dress it down to lazy days at the beach. 

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