Good morning! I hope you all had an amazing weekend—mine sure was. I actually got to sit back and relax on Saturday! I went to a bunch of a holiday bizarres and markets around town (and wore this outfit), which was really fun. Although, I’m trying to avoid feeling Christmas until after Thanksgiving. Anyways, today I wanted to talk about this outfit and the amazing color combination that’s happening here. Continue reading
I feel like for everyday gals like us, fashion can get a bit boring. We get sick of our clothes, feel like we have nothing to wear, and ultimately get stuck in a frustrated rut of wearing the same things over and over again. Sound like you? Well guess what: it doesn’t have to be this way! You can bring new life to your (mostly) existing wardrobe just by opening your mind to some new combinations and being willing to go a little outside of your comfort zone. How, you may ask? Color-color-color!! Continue reading
Happy Hump Day!
Today I’m wearing complementary colors, something that I don’t usually do. Cobalt blue and bright orange kind of clash in my eyes, but I feel like the navy and burnt orange colors of this outfit actually work well together, especially since there is already orange and blue in the skirt.
I wore this outfit while in Iowa to explore the town and also at a family gathering. It’s great for those blistering summer days because it keeps me cool; I love wearing skirts and dresses when it’s hot and humid out.
I never thought I liked blue and orange together, but now that I think about it, I’ve been on somewhat of a blue and orange kick lately. Just check out my orange purse and navy combo here or my orange pants and turquoise jewelry from Monday’s post.
Tank: Old Navy, $7
Skirt: JCPenney, $25 (four years old!)
Shoes: Target, $15
Purse: unknown boutique in Las Vegas airport
Sunglasses: Icing, $16
Hat: Nordstrom Rack (exact), $21
Miles of smiles,