January 7, 2013

The {very} bright of winter


The fresh continuous falling bright white backdrop made me want to pile on the color, so neon get-up ensued. When trying to stay warm, I can start to lose the fun and creativity styling and fashion can provide.  Who cares what you're wearing when piled up under outerwear galore to stay warm, right? But peeling it off, here I am.
Keep reading to see more of this bright outfit {after you grab your sunnies, of course}...


 
{Skirt - Old Navy//last winter, Sweater - Gap//last Fall; Shirt - J.Crew Factory//2 years ago-ish, Jacket - J.Crew//second-hand awhile ago}

Shop this look:


Ok, you can remove your shades now.  //post over.

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6 comments:

  1. i need to get better about incorporating color into my winter wardrobe. all those layers are super cute!

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  2. I am trying to add more color in my outfits too, it's just so hard specially in the winter, but I have a bright pink coat so it's always an easy way to add color.

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  3. Great layers. The sweater just pops.

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    Daphne.

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  4. I really love the neon and button up together. I have a neon sweater and I've styled it once or twice but recently I've been at an absolute loss as of what to do with it and how to wear it. This outfit is very inspirational.
    Myah
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  5. I have that same Old Navy skirt and I have never paired it with plaid. I love it! Thanks for the inspiration!
    Tara
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  6. What a fun mix! Great that you're adding so much color despite the weather.

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