I was born in the mid 70’s so I pretty much grew up during the 80’s. Fashion in the 80’s was all about bright colors and I loved it. My favorite clothing brands as a kid were Benetton and Esprit. My wardrobe was full of bright colors and prints so I decided to pay homage to my childhood with this coral and magenta maxi I snagged from Target. Pink and turquoise was one of my favorite color combos growing up so accessorizing with my bubble necklace really made the dress pop.
What is your favorite bright color combo?
I was wearing…..
Jacket: American Eagle Outfitters. Dress: Target. Necklace: via Etsy. Bracelet: Charming Charlie. Shoes & Sunglasses: Tory Burch. Watch: Michele.
This is an outfit I wore a couple of weeks ago to meet a friend, and fellow blogger, for drinks. I had actually been looking for a crisp, white blazer for the upcoming warm season but have had difficulty finding one I really liked. Well, I was going through my closet the other day and what did I find? A crisp, white blazer!! It still had the tags on it (shame). I was delighted to find I already had what I was looking for but realized just how cluttered and disorganized my closet had become. Have you ever found yourself purchasing something you didn’t realize you already had until you got home and saw it?
This prompted me to sort through my clothes and donate items I know I won’t wear anymore. It was actually kind of fun! I found so many great pieces I had totally forgotten about. It was like shopping in my own closet!
Case in point, the scarf, blazer and pants were all items I completely forgot about and fell in love with all over again.
Have you done your spring closet cleaning? You never know what you might find
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I was wearing…..
Blazer, Pants, Scarf: United Colors of Benetton. Tank: Calson via Nordstrom. Shoes: Cole Haan. Headband: via Dress Up Boutique (Atlanta). Handbag:Tory Burch. Sunglasses: Drugstore purchase. Earrings: Anthropologie. Bracelet & ring: David Yurman. Watch: Michele.