It’s spring and time for a slight break from awesome black. But not a clean break. I felt some anxiety from too little black so I snuck in the black accessories.
(Earnest Sewn shirt, Zara pants, Sperry Top-Sider loafers, Ray-Ban sunglasses, Zara belt)
I got sick of my uniform black shoes that I’ve been wearing daily, mainly for work, so I wanted to change it up and step out in glitter. They do a great job of livening up an uneventful outfit.
(Banana Republic top, H&M skirt, Shoemint sandals)
The pastel colored hair lives on! Doesn’t this remind you of a summery Easter? 🙂
Sucker for the cropped top right now. The acid wash jeans are a plus.
The buttoned collar is on point. Just unbutton the rest. 😛
Ahh fringe. Can’t get enough of it.
I really want to try this one time. A long summery dress and some western boots.
Love handkerchiefs? Wear it as a summer suit.
Doesn’t the purple tips just go with everything summer?
(All images from Planet Blue Lookbook)
I was always a bit cautious when dealing with leopard, mostly because my friends (guys of course) always tease me that I look like an old lady. And this is just from wearing a leopard scarf. I’ve also associated leopard with being a sexy print to wear when prowling out on the streets at night. However, I’ve been playing around with the print a lot lately and the possibilities with styling it seems to be endless. Some people say that leopard should be considered a neutral and I have half a mind to agree with it. Just take this sweater, for example. It’s just a sweater that I can dress down into casual territory with the Sperry loafers and some jean shorts. But I also see myself dressing it up with some heels and skinny trousers. Basically, leopard is just an awesome print that can be plastered onto anything. A pair of high heels, casual sandals, sweater, blouse, pants, etc. Just like a neutral! But it will still be a special neutral that lends a little special something to an ordinary outfit.
(ASOS hat, Ray-Ban sunglasses, sweater from Wasteland, American Apparel shorts, Sperry Top-Sider loafers)
I can’t get enough of white, black, and leopard. They’re all such great basics and neutrals that can really go with everything and looks so great together.
Happy hump day everyone! 🙂
(Lands End shirt, Topshop shorts, Jaine K. Designs bracelet and rings, Asos belt, Zara sandals)
I always have a slight obsession with something and for a while now I’ve been wanting to wear PJs. I first got inspired by the Man Repeller and FashionToast, but couldn’t really fathom buying a silk pajama top and wearing it. So I just had it in the back of my mind as something to try in the near future but no real plans in attempting it. After seeing the Louis Vuitton Fall 2013 runway, created by Marc Jacobs, I was near drooling over all the lace camisoles, slips, and PJ inspired collection. And as fate would have it, I just happened to run across this PJ playsuit at Zara! It was so perfect, I ran to the counter to purchase it. I think this was exactly what I needed..something that’s PJ inspired but very playful. Which is exactly what this playsuit is.
(Zara playsuit and heels, Jaine K. Designs bracelet)
Added a couple of pictures from the Louis Vuitton runway that inspired me and also the man himself wearing his red PJs out. He wore slippers too. 😛