I’m a sucker for color-blocking and and mixing prints with juicy bold colors. Today’s outfit is no exception. I paired with bold printed blouse with a juicy tangerine skirt to play off the hues in the blouse. I wore this for a quick lunch date and I must say I felt like walking happiness. When you wear bold colors it allows you to be the center of attention, in the best way possible! Besides, colors are fun and happy, and who doesn’t want to exude those qualities?
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Skirt: Zara (identical here), Silk Print Blouse: c/o Hale Bob (identical here), Shoes: Zara
This weekend was rather exciting as I can officially say that I am a graduate student! I had my first day of class this Friday and am happy to say have enjoyed the whole day spent on Saturday reading and doing my assignments. I can’t wait to continue on in this adventure. Graduate school is huge and always has been a dream. I am going to get my M.A in Marriage & Family Therapy. Did you go to graduate school? If so…please leave comments on your experiences and/or tips! Would love to hear them!
This outfit was what I wore for a lunch meeting this weekend. I purchased this sequin sleeve blazer a month or so ago and was very excited to wear it. It’s such a statement piece that I kept the rest of my outfit very simple.
Who says you can’t wear white after Labor day? I think that winter whites are lovely…hence my outfit below. I love to wear all white during the winter with neutrals but since it’s been in the 70′s this week in Los Angeles, I felt I might as well start working my Spring wardrobe. I have had this hot pink blazer from Zara for ages and worn it a few times already, but it’s been sitting in my closet the past four months. I can’t say how happy I am to bring it out. Also, this is the first time I have worn my “Lila” color-block pumps from Sole Society. If you don’t know, I’m a Fashion Insider this January and I couldn’t be happier. You can view my looks here, or go onto the Sole Society webpage & see which shoes are my favorite.
Anyhow, this post is probably one of my favorites. I wore my white denim, a white basic t-shirt, & my hot pink blazer. The pink adds a nice pop of color and shoes really give it something extra special. The combination of purple and pink is one of my favorites. Although purple and pink can appear to be a very teenage color combo, this is how I put the two colors together to create a mature yet playful look.
Hot Pink Blazer from Zara, Snakeskin Purse from Chanel, Charm Bracelets from Confiance, White Jeans c/o Sugar & Sequins, Earrings from Forever 21, Lila Color-Block Heels from Sole Society.
I love color-blocking but sometimes wearing bright, bold colors can be too much for the daytime. I had a business meeting & wore my version of what I call a “casual color block”. I paired my favorite item in my closet; my black skinny jeans and threw on a three-color blouse from Zara. The top had tan, black and teal. I threw on my new, and new favorite pair of shoes, also from Zara, to complete the look with it’s two-tone tan & black color palette. I used black to blend the colors and “block” them.
I added some pearls for a little lady-like effect and I was off! I hope you enjoy this look.
COLORBLOCK TOP: ZARA
NECKLACE: KENNETH JAY LANE
HAVE A HEALTHY & HAPPY NEW YEAR! Can’t wait to share what’s in store for 2012! Thank you for your constant support…I promise you I have so much love for you all!
Well, it’s time I finally wore my new Zara heels. I am so in love with these, I haven’t even taken them off. To be honest, I cooked dinner in them. Call me crazy, but they’re so comfortable! I also recently purchased this Zara star printed asymmetrical skirt that I completely in love with. But, I wanted to wear it differently than other bloggers who I have seen sport it. Instead of wearing it in it’s true form, I wore it as a top. Since I’m small on top, it didn’t blouse over me which I am happy about.
I will definitely be wearing it as a skirt a million different ways, but that’s in the near future, so stay tuned .