Glasses: Tom Ford
Boots: Donald J. Pliner
Makeup: Elizabeth Jones
Photography: Franz Swantko
Hello! How are you? Do you ever get bored and want to try something new? Try mixing something up completely the opposite of what you'd normally wear. For example, you can try mixing two really unusual color tones together to see what you come up with. Red and green are complete opposites, but somehow pairing these two just seemed to go together just right. What do you think? The real trick here is balancing these two colors with the right amount of black and this neutral pair of gray Paige denim.
Do you own any vintage bags? I am seriously obsessed with this black vintage bag. The unique flap on this bag is so sharp and balances out the feminine ruffles in this outfit. It's the perfect size to carry around as a clutch, but also as a shoulder bag because it has a hidden strap inside. I always look for hidden straps on clutches to make it easier to carry for extended periods of time.
How do you feel about ruffle collar blouses? Ruffle collar blouses are my favorite kind of blouses next to bow collar blouses. They are so feminine and add the perfect balance to a more structured blazer.
What do you think about wearing colorful animal prints? Yes or No? I say "yes" to colorful animal print patterns. You can never go wrong with brown, but I really like to mix it up and have some fun with olive, red, and blue animal prints. It can take some time to get comfortable with the idea. A lot of us would never be seen wearing colorful animal print patterns, but I think it shows confidence and a fun personality to the world. They are bold pieces to wear, but can add a lot of interest to an otherwise very basic outfit.
Hope you are having a great week:)