Currently listening | A Beginner’s Guide to Destroying The Moon, Foster The People
Oh hey there!
Over the weekend, my sisters and I were talking about our “signature color”– AKA the color we look best in. It’s funny, because people tend to know this about themselves, but I had absolutely no idea. I knew the colors I look bad in: yellow, bright greens, white, pink, etc. I also knew the colors I wore the most: grey, navy, black, and tan. But were these colors actually the ones I looked best in? Who knows? I think it was decided that Mal looks best in purple, Steph in Blue, and me in neutrals. So it was pretty convenient that I happened to be wearing tan sweater as that was decided. It’d be rather unfortunate if it was agreed upon that I look awful in neutrals– because 95% of the time, there’s nothing I’d rather wear.
So for my very neutral ensemble, I layered a long, oatmeal heather sweater over a chambray button down with boyfriend shorts and leather ankle boots. My touches of color came from my multi-color German socks (yes– knitted by a genuine German grandmother!), burgundy satchel, and YSL lipstick. Some may call my lack of color in my wardrobe boring, but I really wouldn’t have it any other way. There is something very sophisticated and easy about neutrals, that is harder to attain with a lot of color.
Gap Long Sweater (similar) | AE Boyfriend Shorts (similar) | Sleeveless Chambray (similar via Old Navy) | Ray Ban Clubmasters | River Island Ankle Boots (similar via Steve Madden) | Old Navy Initial Necklace | J. Crew Factory Leather Bracelet | Lauren Conrad Flower Earrings | Assorted Madewell Rings
Until next time–