I know why I like this outfit, but I can't exactly put my finger on whether it channels femininity or masculinity. I'll let you figure this one out, as there is nothing I'm better at than indecisiveness. I will say, with rare absolute conviction, that her blazer is one of those things I'd like to put in a museum (optional read: my closet). Mind you, it's definitely a trendy piece, but it's trendy in the right way. In other words, it should be placed on a pedestal and ogled by all lesser trends. The combination of unique symmetry, navy material and black accents screams put-togetherness to me.
And as the post title gives away, this Fashionista has got the babydoll edge, a term I might have just coined. She looks so sweet and girlie, and then swishes in the blazer to add edge to her outfit — in both the representative and literal senses. Her pale shirt and shiny oxfords give off an air of indie professionalism, which mingles well with her school girl-esque skirt. Whilst writing this post, I've convinced myself that her look is more feminine than masculine. (Indecisiveness conquered.) I could try to say something along the lines of “blazers give a masculine feel,” but I think I've conquered that stereotype too. She's feminine, she's edgy and she rocks.