I posted this outfit in June, I wore it to a birthday party. I really enjoy mixing textures and prints, creating new silhouettes, and playing with interesting colors. As you can see, for this look I did a texture and a stripe mixings. Stripe is one of my favorite prints – I’m a total stripe junkie! I finished the look with a short and a long chunky bead necklace layers, a pair of mary-jane wedges and a raffia clutch.
Last week I stumbled upon these photos of Olivia Palermo wearing a blue striped shirt and it reminds me of my blue striped ‘varsity’ silk jacket I’m wearing on my pictures.
I would never have thought that the color lime green with the shiny sparkly black could look and feel airy together. I thought those colors together would look ‘heavy’ and cumbersome. But yesterday I was fashionably surprised when I put together a look using a lime green long pleated skirt with a black sequin crop top, it looks and feels so easy breezy light! I also think the style of the shoes I chose were the perfect accents to achieve the light look. The summer heat should never stop you from being adventurous with your outfits! They just have to be light..
I’m loving aqua a whole lot this summer. And I’m also sequin junkie! SO, this aqua colored sequin shirt I have on for this look is the ultimate sweet treat for my fashion soul. With the black sequin pants, I think, the aqua sequin shirt looks its best. The contrast of the two colors of the sequin pieces create a glam chic look. Because of the simple cut of the shirt and the pants, I could get away with the sequin on sequin pairing. I love being adventurous with my dressing, so to add more chic contrast I styled this look with my bronzy gold folded clutch. I finished the look with a pair of nude pumps. Would you try sequin on sequin style?
I posted this look on Pose a couple of weeks ago. I’ve got to say, this is one of my favorite outfits this spring. Why? Because it’s just so rock and roll! I teamed up my oversized comic print silk shirt that the sleeve I rolled up and the bottom hem I knotted (for a more relaxed look) – leaving the tux tail-like on back, with my harem-ish black sequin pants and a long black tassel silk scarf. It seems like a very simple look but yet it looks stylized with big personal style written all over it. AND a big PLUS, this outfit feels just so comfortable, sexily comfortable! I also accessorized it with a vintage metal chain pocketbook and a pair of black Dior mesh sandals.