- Toss old fashioned rules …
- … try something new
- Spring is in the air
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Toss old fashioned rules …
As you know I am not a big fan of fashion rules like “no white after Labor day” or “no white before Memorial day” or the rule winter white is for winter and white like snow white is for summer. What about wearing them together I thought? Summer color plus winter color equals spring color sort of thing. Well, I tried it out and thought that it looks really nice despite that the idea sounds odd, very odd. It definitively is outside the box, and does not look weird at all.Wear black in summer, white in winter. So chic. Click To Tweet
… try something new
What I did: I paired my mock turtleneck winter white cashmere cardigan with my white blazer and a pair of black leather shorts. To stay in the middle between summer and spring I wore sheer black tights and booties. As it is still below freezing in the mornings I took my winter coat.
Stylist tip: Think of these tow different shades of white like styling a monochromatic look.
Spring is in the air
Speaking of winter coats. Guess what happened last Friday? It was so warm I forgot my coat at work! This happens to me every spring at least once. When it happens I know summer is on its way.
Did you ever forget your coat at work? Are you looking forward to spring? What’s your favorite season?
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