Target cardigan / H&M dress / Gap shoes / Ray Ban wayfarers (purchased with Amazon gift card) / Silver Mine jewelry / Francesca’s necklace
Just popping in with some bright pops of color. This outfit feels like my own paint by number.
I was in Forever 21 the other day surrounded by all of its bright color offerings, and I felt like I might pass out, when I saw this killer combo of pink and orange. These two colors paired with a dash of gold are the perfect compliment to cerulean blue skies and azure ocean waves.
I’m slowly trying to incorporate the amazing bright spring styles I’ve been seeing into my wardrobe. It’s been hard to hold back. Some days I just want to paint myself neon pink. I’m not even making sense anymore! I foresee myself wearing this $10 top from Old Navy a lot. It’s casual but the dolman sleeves give it an extra something that elevates it above pajama level. If you are looking for bright clothes on the cheap, I would recommend heading over to Old Navy for reals.
Old Navy top / Sears belt (from pair of pants) / Forever 21 jeans / Candies via Kohl’s shoes /Michael Kors watch
After my recent foray into color blocking using two of the brightest items in my closet, I thought I’d give your eyes a break and do some color pairings that were a little more my speed: navy blue, fuchsia, and green. One thing I wanted to do this time around was add something that would break up the colors such as this striped top. Also, the color blocking doesn’t have to be limited to just the clothes; you can achieve it just as well with accessories such as this bright green purse. I topped it all off with gold jewelry. These peacock earrings from Forever 21 were chump change but look like they are vintage. And I have to mention that I love how the delicate material of this skirt looks with the structure of this blazer. How do you colorblock?
Thrifted Evan Picone blazer; Gap skirt; Ralph Lauren outlet top; Nine West shoes and purse; Forever 21 earrings; Vintage bracelet (gift)