Normally when I wear white my outfits tend to lean towards the more nautical and preppy to stop myself from looking too Miami Vice. However, this time I embraced a bright 80s color combo. White is a neutral that will still stand out when paired with colorblocking. I wore this outfit to work and it reminded me of a don’t that Michael Kors once said in a magazine. Don’t to wear more than one bright color to work. Clearly he has never met Don Johnson…or me. For the rest of the week I will be wearing my summer whites to properly salute to a beatiful summer. Send me pics of yours at email@example.com and I will post them!
Express tank top
Nine West sandals
Earrings from Charleston’s Old Market
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)