30 July 2009

July 30th, 2009 § 11 comments

30 July 2009, originally uploaded by academichic.

Sources:

All remixed

Red-Orange Cardigan – Gap
Teal Top - BR Outlet
Black Skirt – BR Outlet
Brown Belt – Ann Taylor
Brown Wedges – Kenneth Cole Reaction, via DSW
Earrings – Gift
Brown Bag – China Town, NYC

Endnotes:

Much like yellow, I don’t own anything in true orange.  Instead, I prefer the way a red-orange, rust-orange, or this more coral color, looks with my hair color and skin tone.   I love all shade of blue and green, and particularly favor a good blue-green.  Before these Fashion 101s, I would never have thought to pair this color with a shade of orange and still don’t feel completely myself in this outfit.  I loved the way S. wore these complimentary colors on Monday and E’s version, also from Monday, so figured I should give it a try.  To make it feel a bit more me, I am also mixing my neutrals!

Have you taken inspiration from any of our outfits and then made it your own?  If so, send us a picture and tell us about it!


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§ 11 Responses to 30 July 2009"

  1. Little Red says:

    Very chic! I love the cardigan with the teal top. Great color combo!

  2. Dawn says:

    oooo la la! Your outfit is very chic today!

  3. Anna says:

    I love everything about this. You look so chic, sophisticated, classy, and put together, not to mention rich. At the same time, this look is creative and a little edgy! You look fab.

  4. Clare says:

    You look so classy but still bright and interesting! I love this look on you.

  5. Love the coral cardigan with the teal top! Such a great color combo! I never knew…

  6. Julia says:

    Shazamm!

    You look 21084973928472398% gorgeous in this outfit. I love the high collar!!

  7. Sal says:

    Well, if it ain’t the world’s sexiest librarian. ;)

  8. DJ says:

    LOVE this color combination on you!

  9. penny says:

    very very sharp!lovely colors!

  10. angie says:

    Super outfit! Your legs look so long when you belt like that :0)

  11. [...] A. has mentioned – when we do these color challenges, it often forces us to think outside the (color) box and experiment with combinations that may not feel truly ‘us’. This outfit, however, [...]

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