|Long Blue Shirt Dress by Anthropologie, Skinny Leg Trouser from Zara, Yellow Clutch by Balenciaga, Red Pleated Short Skirt from Top Shop, Two Tone Reversible Belt by Jil Sander, Cobalt Drape Front Dress by Diane von Furstenberg|
The Brighter Side of Things
Sofia Vintage over the weekend. I contemplated the insane color for a second, then decided to just try it on. It was like a breath of fresh air. The simple shift shape, three-quarter length sleeve, and scoop neck are perfect. the simplicity of the design allows for the color to speak for itself. I took it up one more notch with this Alice & Olivia belt, but paired it with a simple gold bracelet and nude heels to tame it down just a bit. The dress is by Myne and I could not find it online. I did find a few other bright pieces that I think could shed some light on your wardrobe, though.
Posted by Erin at 18:15
Labels: accent colors, accessories, belt, brights, chicago, clutch, cobalt, dress, fashion, myne, skirt, sophia vintage, trouser
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so cute!!! what happened to the lent-induced spending freeze?! ;) love the color. so adorable with the belt. xo, jennaReplyDelete
I know, I was bad and took the day off. Haha how could I not as this was the last one in my size? :) Thanks! It also came with a cute rope, nautical looking belt that is a little tamer.. We have to go to this store when you come in town. You will love it. xoReplyDelete
ADORBS!! PS = your body looks ROCK-ING in this photo. Where's your HEAD!?!ReplyDelete
And.. awesome news! I figured out how to add Imperfect Polish (and F&A) to my blogroll. We're linked up now, baby! Keep up the awesome work. XO.
Thanks! I have been awkwardly taking the picturers of myself in a mirror. Lol need to figure out a better way! Thanks so much, so fun to blog "network." :)ReplyDelete
Hey Erin, this is kind of funny ... I spotted this dress online and came *this* close to getting it myself. I found it here: http://www.shoptheviolethour.com/product.asp?name=Sienna-Dress&pfid=TVH00805. I also love the bright colors and easy drape of Ali Ro dresses. Awesome blog!ReplyDelete