Here are my outfits from this week. It is still pretty hot, so they are fairly summery. The first four outfits are work outfits from Tuesday through Friday. #5 is running errands of Friday evening, #6 and #7 are Saturday and Sunday outfits, and #8 was worn on Saturday evening for a ballroom dancing social.

I have a couple of questions about some of them:
#1: The "grinnning" effect of the white knit tunic is annoying, but I can not think of a way to avoid it other than only wearing it with white pants or layered over a long white shirt. The tunic is normal length in the back and long in the front. Any ideas or should I just embrace it?
#3: Is this volume over volume look JFE or too much volume? I know that it would look conventionally more flattering with skinny pants or semi tucked tunic, but the tunic was too long for that and the day too hot for anything tight. I liked the feel of loose silk layers. I hope that exposed ankle skin provides some structure. Also, it is too late for this top, but would like to keep it mind for the future; are my shoulders wide enough to pull off such voluminous top with dropped shoulder line in general?
#6: These BF shorts are the shortest shorts I have ever had and I am still learning to feel comfortable in them. Do they work with these heeled sandals or is it a bit much? The heels are lower and chunky, and I matched them to the top, but wondering if I should stick to flatter ones in the future with shorts this short? Or is it fine since the shirt and shorts are both fairly loose.

All the other comments and suggestions are welcome as well.

Also, I snapped this tank in #5 on Labor Day clearance, and it is a perfect match for this tube skirt that is a little difficult to pair with tops. It has grey jersey front and pale blush chiffon back. I know that some fabbers have the same skirt so if you are still looking for tops for it I would strongly recommend this one.

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