Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Neutral Colorblocking

Remember when color-blocking was huge a few years ago with super bright colors? I don't know if you've noticed, but it's back in a totally different way. I think I love it much better. It's so much easier to wear especially for those who work in a conservative work environment and want to incorporate this trend. It has a softer and more chic vibe and is so much more classic than the latter. On top of my list is the first dress(left) and the olive midi sheath from Misguided and the raglans from J. Crew Factory! I almost made a purchase last night, but the Misguided site was having glitches and wouldn't let me add items to my cart. Tonight, I'm too tired to pull out my credit card as I'm writing this. Plus I just received my Nordstrom's Halogen booties when I got home from work and I couldn't be more happy with my purchase. It's supposed to rain tomorrow, but I don't care and am definitely sporting them.


  1. Yes! I remember getting an AT orange/beige colorblock sleeveless that I thought I loved so much. But I hardly wore it because it just didn't work with what I had in my closet at the time.
    I really like the look of the waffle one from J. Crew Factory. My style exactly. :)

  2. Ooooh...I agree that this neutral color blocking is more chic and office friendly! Def will stand the test of time.


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